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The Mudlark

You will find The Mudlark in London Bridge within a short stroll of London Bridge, Southwark Cathedral and South Bank – however you won’t find another like it.

Step in to discover a traditional pub of unique character, revered for its eclectic range of real ales and its quality pub food, which are served, as they should be, with a generous measure of famous British hospitality.

A fascinating past

The Mudlark gets its name from the 18th Century practice of scavenging the muddy Thames riverside for coal, bits of old iron, and any other loot that may have fallen from passing ships. Mudlarks were usually children and almost always destitute. For years our historic pub has been a favourite with the market traders of Borough Market, the oldest fruit and vegetable market in London.

One of a kind

The Mudlark is one of many rare gems in the Nicholson’s collection of great British pubs, reputed for their distinctive buildings, intriguing history and vibrant atmosphere.


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  • Best place for smokers in the City. Lovely staff.

    By:Quanble

    Posted on 24 May 2012

  • A pub from 1700s, with a variety of local ales!!!!

    By:Dinos Radis

    Posted on 14 Nov 2015

  • Nice beer garden with heaters

    By:Tom Brewer

    Posted on 11 Nov 2014

  • You can take drinks out of the pub and across the road to get a great view of the river.

    By:Matt Taylor

    Posted on 13 Aug 2014

  • The restaurant area upstairs is twice the size of the main bar and usually half empty. The staff are happy for groups of people to go up there even if they're just drinking.

    By:Alexander

    Posted on 23 Jan 2014

  • Don't get the fish basket; overlooked and too much batter!

    By:Kelly Gorton

    Posted on 30 Jul 2013

  • Don't sit near the downstairs gents toilets because the delightful odour drifts out to fill the bar area.

    By:Marco S

    Posted on 03 Feb 2013

  • The peppered battered mushrooms are a brilliant "bar snack"! Far better than the onion rings, get these instead.

    By:Emma Bailey

    Posted on 17 Jan 2013

  • I recommend the Glazed chicken, made with Crabbie's!

    By:Ben Donnelly

    Posted on 19 Aug 2012

  • One of the overgrown number of London pubs with Pilsener Urquell on tap. Fantastic beer, pubs well worthy of a visit!

    By:Shannon Carver

    Posted on 23 Aug 2011

  • The Ploughmans lunch is quite good.

    By:Mark Thompson

    Posted on 12 Aug 2010

  • Often rammed, despite a spacious bar and beer garden. Head upstairs for a more relaxed feel. There are better pubs nearby.

    By:Londonist

    Posted on 02 May 2010

  • Lots of good beers and interesting choices. Sadly abstaining at the time, so can't comment how well they're kept

    By:Rich Robinson

    Posted on 20 Feb 2010

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