Time Out says: A lot of care has been spent restoring the big room to resemble a pub once again. The Victorian tiling was once noted across London for its splendour; it now looks a bit battleworn, but is brilliantly atmospheric. Close your eyes and you can imagine the place packed with porter-drinking, pipe-smoking, H-dropping Cockneys of yesteryear. read more
Londonist says: The Well & Bucket is both one of the East End's oldest pubs, and one of its newest. It was in the pint-pouring business from 1818 until 1989, but for the past quarter-century, it's traded as a restaurant and, latterly, wholesale shop. Now, it has reopened thanks to Barworks. read more
The Infatuation says: We’ve never walked past this pub on Bethnal Green Road without wishing we were inside. The massive windows and busy bar might have something to do with it, but Well & Bucket is a neighbourhood fixture, and with good reason. The pub itself is absolutely gorgeous, with loads of pretty details and a garden at the back. Sliders and oysters are available if you’re feeling flush, and the crowd is always good for a party. read more





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