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The Shepherd and Flock serves a selection of wines, beers and spirits and shows all the latest sporting events.

Ranked #767 of 2091 pubs & bars in London

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours
Mon-Thu 11:00-00:00
+Fri-Sat 11:00-01:00
Sun 12:00-00:00

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The Shepherd and Flock reviews

By Andrew M.

The Shepherd & Flock is a small Irish pub that's quite friendly and good enough for an occasional visit for a few beers with mates. The Shepherd & Flock staff can pour a decent Guinness. Overall a good old fashioned boozer.

By Bob C.

I went in to this boozer some years back one lunchtime after an interview in Hammersmith. It's quite a small pub but a proper West London drinker with no fancy trimmings. While I was there a youth rushed into the pub shortly followed by plod. The youth then took the exit from the other door only to be confronted by more plod. The lunch time flock did not bat an eyelid, in fact some old Doris did not break stride from singing 'Oh Danny Boy'.

By Knight H.

This tiny local is a local pub for local people. The Shepherd and Flock is quaint, but not overly friendly.

The Venue
The interior of The Shepherd and Flock hasn’t had its history eradicated through insensitive modernisation like so many other historic pubs.

This pub has original Victorian woodwork – a beautiful carved wooden bar with columns, pediments and stunning Tiffany lamps. Green leather benches are separated by carved wood and stained-glass panels. A lovely sculpted and painted wooden ceiling sits high above your head. It is all very well maintained and any updating has been carefully done. This is a proper old-school boozer with some history.

The Atmosphere
Some of the patrons at The Shepherd and Flock look like they’ve been here since the pub opened all those years ago. It's not particularly welcoming, all of the regulars are served at the bar before you. However, the servers are efficient, pouring several pints at once, so the wait isn’t too long. Horse racing is often played on the flat screen TV for punters.

The Drink
Carlsberg, Carling, and Guinness are a few choices in draught beer at The Shepherd and Flock. No surprises here at inexpensive prices. A limited selection of wine is available and all the usual spirits. All that said, everyone is drinking pints and you wouldn’t order a caipirinha.

The Last Word
It’s worth the price of a drink to see the beautiful original features of The Shepherd and Flock, but you may not find yourself staying for much longer than one drink.

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