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The Nag's Head
300 years old - quality cider - odd bar staff arrangements!
Location: 53 Kinnerton Street, SW1X 8ED
Description: Now tucked away down a quiet mews in SW1, this lovely pub serves a fine selection of ciders, including Aspalls Cider and more than often, a tasty guest cider.
An eccentric little place to enjoy a tipple, not a great deal has changed in 300 years - the two small bars are adorned with strange curios, from carpet beaters to 3D viewing boxes!!
But the really quirky thing is...the attentive bar staff are at a lower level than the customers...very peculiar! Just don't spill your pint.