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The Cheshire Cheese (Shepherd Neame)

We believe this pub is CLOSED

Beer (sort)Average Score (sort)No. Samples (sort)
St Austell - TributeAcceptable1
St Austell - Proper JobAcceptable1
Jarrow - Red EllenNot Tried0
Harvey's - IPANot Tried0
Sharp's - AtlanticNot Tried0
Harvey's - Sussex Best BitterNot Tried0
Triple fff - Alton's PrideNot Tried0

Visits Details

12 May 2015 (Philip Pirrip)
Evening. Has the feel of an office-workers' venue.
St Austell - Proper Job4.50AcceptableStrangely sweet yet also sour aftertaste
Harvey's - Sussex Best Bitter4.00Not Tried
St Austell - Tribute4.20Not Tried
Triple fff - Alton's Pride3.80Not Tried
25 Feb 2015 (Stephen Harris)
I moved on here from the Temple Brew House as that pub was too crowded for comfort in the early evening. More comfortable here for only my second ever visit to this pub. A beer called 'Over the Top' also available, but I know not from which brewery it came.
St Austell - Tribute4.20AcceptableAn over-chilled, over-priced and rather bland pint of Bitter.
Jarrow - Red Ellen4.40Not Tried
Harvey's - IPA3.50Not Tried
Sharp's - Atlantic4.20Not Tried

About The Cheshire Cheese

Summary of Beer Scores



The pub is found in Temple, Central London, WC2R 3LD.

A traditional, street corner pub in Little Essex Street. Not to be confused with Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese off Fleet Street. Close to Temple station, but slightly tucked away and attracting more of a loyal local office workers crowd than passers-by. Has small bar areas on three levels including a Games Room in the basement. Main ground floor bar is dark wood panelled. Acquired by Shepherd Neame in summer 2018, closed for refurbishment then re-opened.

We have visited this pub twice, seen 7 different beers and tried 2 of them.

Map location

Postcode: WC2R 3LD