CASK Pub & Kitchen (London) : Review


6 Charlwood Street
London SW1V 2EE, UK

V: 24th January 2019.    T:  020 7630 7225.    W:

This was my second visit to London within a few months, this visit was to see one of my favourite musicals Notre Dame de Paris.

Tonight was my first night in London, and I was meeting a friend for a chat and a few beers. Here was suggested as they do many craft beers, which is something I have been getting in to in the past year.

Looking Around

Inside was small and to be honest just looked like a pub, but I saw they did many beers and food so that was all I was looking for.

The Food…

Most of the time and we all know this, pub food is just ok nothing great but I was hungry and drinking so food was needed.


Chorizo Burger £13.95
rump patty served with Spanish chorizo, mixed leaves, topped with Monterey Jack Cheese


This was a good sized burger and portion, plus it smelled really good so it was time to dig in.

The chips were nice and crispy and didn’t need any salt.

The burger was really good, the chorizo was perfect and worked really well with the cheese etc.

Presentation : 4
Portion Size : 5
Flavour : 5
Value for Money : 5


For pub food, this was very good! and the food worked well with the beers.

The number of craft beers served here was really good, if I stayed near I would be visiting regularly to try them all out.

Review Scores – 

  • Atmosphere : 4
  • Staff : 5
  • Menu Choice : 5
  • Service : 4
  • Food : 5
  • Value for Money: 5
  • Overall : 4

Additional Details

  • Child Friendly : Yes (well behaved kids)
  • Payment : Cash & Card
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I had a few favourites that I would have again on my next trip to Romania.

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BeerMeNow Craft Beer Subscription Box: Review


I decided to put a pause on my Beer52 boxes, and jump over to try BeerMeNow.

I got talking to these guys on Instagram and it sounded like a good one to try, they gave me a little back story and some information on the beers and that night I subscribed.

A few days later a box arrived at my work and I had to open and take a quick peek.

Ok so this was a little different to Beer52, but I am not doing a comparison review so I will stop there.

I liked the handwritten envelope that put a smile on my face, the next thing I noticed was that each can and bottle was individually wrapped which I liked as it showed me they take care of what they deliver.

I also liked that some gifts were included like the beer mats, pen and a welcome/beer description letter.

The Beers…

Obviously, there are many beers so doing an individual review for each would be cray and mega long so I will tell you a quick overview.

The box contained a mix of different beers from UK breweries including; pale ales, browns, ambers, sours, bitters, stouts and porters.

It took me a while to get through the beers, but it was a great experience to my tastebuds and I learned a little about each brewery on the way.

I tried the Mad Squirrel beer first and wow a VERY good beer, I was off to a good start so I continued…well not all in the one night. If I saw this beer for sale here in Glasgow, I would definitely pick up a few cans.

My next favourite was from Calverleys Brewery the Porter, mmmm another really good beer that was very easy to drink.

And also in my top 3 beers was the Cocow Stout beer from Ampersand Brewery. This was sooo good and I loved the chocolate tones in this as I have a sweet tooth and anything chocolatey is a winner.

The above were my top 3 beers from this months subscription box, these are the ones that stood out for me and my taste buds. The other beers were also very good, and from other breweries, I had never heard of which I loved as its always good to try new things.

Overall :

Overall I enjoyed the service from BeerMeNow, I liked the attention to detail in wrapping the individual beers, the little handwritten envelope and the little gifts that came with it. These guys are also very social, and liked and commented on the photos I posted to Instagram or Twitter which is good as everyone likes companies that are very social.

It was great to try beers from breweries that are still unknown to me, and beers that might never be sold up here in Glasgow.

Guys if you like craft beer here is another subscription box that I would recommend, give them a go and see what you think.

Chat to me on here via the comments below, or on my Twitter or Instagram and let me know if you have tried BeerMeNow or have just joined and your thoughts. I want to hear from you so let’s have a wee chat 🙂

Can’t wait to try my second box 🙂



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