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Angel in the Fields is an old fashioned pub venue with traditional pub food on the menu. Outdoor seating is available in nice weather.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
MON

12:00 - 23:00

TUE

12:00 - 23:00

WED

12:00 - 23:00

THU

12:00 - 23:00

FRI

12:00 - 23:00

SAT

12:00 - 23:00

SUN

12:00 - 22:30

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By Andrew M.

Really liked the Angel in the Fields. Inside it is clean, the staff are friendly and helpful and the beer tasted good. It was quiet as it was a sunny saturday afternoon but the outside seating made drinking there a thoroughly pleasant experience. I'll definitely pop in again and would advise anyone passing the Angel in the Fields to do the same.


By Marta W.

A pretty good pub (one of my bf's favourites!), serving beer from the Samuel Smith brewery. Handy location between Bond St and Baker St tubes, this is a nice pub to have a drink (which easily turns into a few). Ladies has been out of toilet roll on one occasion, so might be worth keeping a tissue handy! :-)


By Marta W.

A pretty good pub (one of my bf's favourites!), serving beer from the Samuel Smith brewery. Handy location between Bond St and Baker St tubes, this is a nice pub to have a drink (which easily turns into a few). Ladies has been out of toilet roll on one occasion, so might be worth keeping a tissue handy! :-)


By Patricia Q.

I really want to like this pub as it's local and cosy, but the staff are so unhappy and rude it's feels like drinking in a prison mess hall. The stain glass windows are great. Maybe go look at it from the outside then move on and enjoy your evening elsewhere.


By Patricia Q.

I really want to like this pub as it's local and the decor is cosy, but the staff are so consistently unhappy and rude it's like drinking in a prison mess hall... but one with great stain glass windows. Maybe go look at it for a bit then enjoy your night elsewhere.


By Marvin C.

Excellent (and cheap) beer,a warm welcome, real fires and comfortable seating make the Angel in the Fields a home-from-home during this cold winter. Books to borrow and free wifi while you wait for your friends to join you for the evening. A proper pub for regulars and regulars-to-be... don't miss it.


By Vivienne E.

A Sam Smith’s pub located just off Marylebone High Street, the Angel in the Fields is an unusually smart branch of the franchise that manages to stay in keeping with its upper crust surroundings.

The Venue
Angel in the Fields is surprisingly well-presented for a Sam Smith’s pub, opting for polished wood flooring over homely carpets and clear open spaces over dusty alcoves. It is split on to two floors, the upper of which is slightly more lived-in, with a few comfy sofas and chairs strewn around to accommodate larger groups. Attractive stained glass windows surround the ground floor bar, and seating is available on either a stretch of red, padded benches lining the wall or an array of glossy wooden stools and chairs.

The Atmosphere
The Angel in the Fields’ more refined setting seems to attract a lot of couples looking for a quiet, intimate drink – this is not really a venue to stumble in to during a boozy night on the town. However, it is still no-frills when it comes to the casual service.

The Food
Angel in the Fields usually serves food between 12pm and 2.30pm and again from 6pm until 8pm. However, lunch time slots are variable and sometimes the kitchen remains closed until the evening. The menu - proudly displayed in the entrance - features the usual list of classic pub dishes averaging at £5.95 a meal as well as lighter bites such as sandwiches (£3.75 to £4.20) and nachos (£3).

The Drink
As usual, drinks are exclusively Sam Smith’s own brand – from wines, to spirits (averaging at £2.20 for a single measure), to beers (£2.35-£3.95 a pint). A large sign urges you to purchase the ‘Organic Cherry Fruit Beer’ – a not particularly exceptional, and mite over-acidic concoction, available at £4.80 a bottle.

The Last Word
Angel in the Fields is definitely a good option for an affordable drink or two in an area in which such an opportunity is hard to come by. Those who aren’t generally fans of Sam Smith’s may also appreciate the venues smarter, more polished appearance.

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