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The Centre Page (Freehouse)

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
Fuller's - Front RowGood1
Fuller's - Gale's Seafarers AleAcceptable1
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Young's BitterNot Tried0
Greene King - Morland Old Speckled HenNot Tried0
Picture 1. The Centre Page, City, Central London
Picture 2. The Centre Page, City, Central London
Stephen Harris

Visits Details

02 Jun 2018 (Stephen Harris)
Quite a busy Saturday lunchtime. Clientele almost entirely tourists.
Fuller's - Front Row3.70GoodA nicely-balanced Golden Ale.
Greene King - Morland Old Speckled Hen4.50Not Tried
13 Aug 2012 (Stephen Harris)
A scattering of customers early on a Monday evening, mostly eating rather than drinking.
Fuller's - Gale's Seafarers Ale3.60AcceptableA decent, pale session bitter. Seems increasingly to be taking on a Fullers rather than Gales taste. This example not in great condition.
Eagle (was Wells & Young's, was Charles Wells, was Wells) - Young's Bitter3.70Not Tried

About The Centre Page

The pub sign. The Centre Page, City, Central London

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in City, Central London, EC4V 5BH.

One of the oldest licences in the City of London, this pub was present by 1663 and for most of its history has been called the Horn Tavern. It rates a mention in Dickensís Pickwick Papers. Into the 1970s it still retained many Victorian features, including a wooden bar back and booths, separated by etched-glass partitions. All has since been swept away and the pub presents a modern interior, albeit still based upon the earlier floor plan. Perhaps the only surviving historic feature is the outside lantern. There are also cellar bars. For a while in the 1990s the pub was tied to the Eldridge Pope Brewery, but now supplies a variety of beers from regional brewers to a mainly tourist clientele. Renamed The Centre Page in 2002.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 4 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: EC4V 5BH