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The Rake...Very Small



The Rake...Very Small

Smallest pub in London, 1st in Borough Market for over a century

Location: 14 Winchester Walk, SE1

Description: What a pub - two claims to fame! The first, well it's the first bar to open in Borough Market for more than a century... and the second - well - it's the smallest drinking establishment in London!

At 13ft by 7ft, that's tiny.

And the fact that it imports beers from around the world means that standing space may be limited!

But seriously...what a pub, what a market.


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Credits: The London Paper - 13 September 2006

The Rake...Very Small

Smallest pub in London, 1st in Borough Market for over a century


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What a fantastic little pub with such a huge selection of british and world beers, definately a connoisseurs club for beer aficionados, a sure hit and their fresh pork pies are wonderful. The friendly staff knows every beer in the joint and are willing and able to explain them all. great decking area with a suberb view of the cathedral. (jo)
Posted by jo on 2007-09-17
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