Said to be the smallest pub in central London, the Cask and Glass offers the ideal antidote to the capital’s sprawling pub chains. Quaint, traditional and packed to the rafters with local history, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a pint of ale from Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame. Known as ‘The Queen’s Local’, our cosy pub lies just around the corner from the Palace, with Westminster Cathedral little more than a sceptre’s throw away too.
If you’re looking for pubs near Buckingham Palace or Victoria, the Cask & Glass is in a perfect central location. Despite the city centre spot, our London Victoria pub has its heart in the country. The exterior is hung with flowering boxes and baskets in summer, while the outside tables under the awning offer our guests the chance to watch the world go by.
As the smallest pub in the world’s busiest city, we offer an oasis of calm to those who visit for food or drinks. So, whether you’re waiting for a train from Victoria station, watching a show in the West End or heading home after work, this is the place to find respite, relaxation, and friendly service.
We were in London to see the Wicked show at the nearby Apollo Victoria - and I immediately thought of the C&G for pre-show drinks, having visited at other times over the years...
Traditional pub. Was very quiet when we went in at 1.30pm Beer was good. Toilets clean. If you’re looking for a traditional English pub this would be the place to go. Dwarfed now buy a new bar and restaurant development close by.
Everything you need from a proper British pub. Good laid back staff, great pints, small intimate inside and a few seats outside. Quintessential no smoke and mirrors.