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In the heart of London’s vibrant Soho district lies a haven for pub enthusiasts and food connoisseurs alike: The Devonshire. Nestled on one of Soho’s bustling thoroughfares, this gastropub, brought to life by legendary London publican Oisín Rogers and Flat Iron founder Charlie Carroll, is quickly becoming a hotspot for locals and tourists alike.

Stepping into The Devonshire is like stepping into a piece of London’s history, with its double-floored, wood-panelled interior exuding charm and character. The brainchild of Rogers and Carroll, this establishment has been years in the making, and the dedication to quality and innovation is evident from the moment you walk through the door.

Downstairs, patrons can experience the essence of a traditional London boozer, with Rogers behind the bar pouring pints of quality beer and the iconic Guinness. Homemade bar snacks, including delectable sausage rolls, complement the drinks perfectly, making for an authentic pub experience.

However, it’s upstairs where The Devonshire truly shines, boasting a highly ambitious wood-fired restaurant. Here, ingredients sourced from the pub’s in-house butchery and bakery take centre stage. From Scottish seafood like creel-caught langoustines to hand-dived scallops from Devon, every dish is a celebration of fresh, high-quality produce.

The culinary journey continues with Scottish beef, butchered and dry-aged in-house before being expertly grilled over wood fires. Whether it’s rib chops, fillets, or classic English suet puddings, each dish showcases the care and attention to detail that defines The Devonshire’s culinary philosophy.

For those seeking a taste of nostalgia, The Devonshire offers a three-course set menu featuring beloved pub classics such as prawn and langoustine cocktail, steak and chips, and sticky toffee pudding. It’s a tribute to the rich heritage of British pub fare, reimagined with a modern twist.

Beyond its gastronomic delights, The Devonshire is also a hub for people-watching, offering a captivating glimpse into the tapestry of London life. With a diverse array of society frequenting the establishment, every visit promises a unique and memorable experience.

As London’s gastropub scene continues to evolve and grow increasingly competitive, The Devonshire stands out as a beacon of excellence. With its dedication to quality, innovation, and preserving the essence of traditional British pubs, it’s no wonder that The Devonshire has quickly become hailed as one of Soho’s must-visit destinations.

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This morning, there were some issues with the train, prompting us to opt for the red double-decker bus to Piccadilly Circus. After arriving, we took a leisurely stroll through Chinatown and into Soho. Our highly anticipated visit to Maison Bertaux surpassed all expectations, leaving us in awe of their delectable pastries—arguably even surpassing those we’ve had in Paris. We also explored Carnaby Street before eventually finding ourselves at The Devonshire pub, where we savoured the most incredible steak sandwich. All in all, we logged 15.9k steps covering a distance of 10km.


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