Saturday, September 10, 2005

Britain’s Best Pub

Corrie Canuck’s discerning readers would choose The Rovers as Britain’s best pub. But in a survey for the drinks industry magazine ‘Morning Advertiser,’ more than 500 judges chose The White Horse in London for its food and unusual range of beers. (Yes, but do they serve Betty’s hotpot?)

Britain’s Top 10 Pubs

1. The White Horse, Parsons Green, London
2. The Churchill Arms, Kensington, London
3. The Fat Cat, Norwich
4. Punch Tavern, Fleet Street, London
5. Square and Compass, Worth Matravers, Dorset
6. The Swan, Little Totham, Essex
7. The Star Inn, Harome, North Yorkshire
8. The Old Crown, Heskett Newmarket, Cumbria
9. Mr. Thomas’s Chop House, Manchester
10. Rose and Crown, Warwick

1 comment:

Jarad said...

I can tell you right now that the square and compass is beyoned aweseome when it comes to being a pub.

Its as if your going into someones house and ordering a beer, or indeed one of their mighty fine selection of ciders out of their fridge.

Very friendly oplkace and a haven for walkers, cycelists and dogs.

I met ozzy in there last night.

Such a good pub.