Before I start the pub review I would like to say thank you to all of the bloggers who have been patient during my commenting crisis. Some of you may not know, but all of my comments on blogs are being marked as spam. I have contacted WordPress and Akismet several times, but the situation hasn’t been fixed yet. I apologize for not visiting as many blogs as I normally do since this is slowing me down. I’m trying to send emails after I post a comment and as you can imagine, that takes time. I know many of you are busy and have full email inboxes so I’m sorry to add to your workload. I really hope the issue can be resolved and I won’t have to annoy each and every blogger that I follow since there are many who I love to read.
Enough about the comment problem. People it’s time for a beer. Or in this case, Stowford cider. Happy Friday!
A few weekends ago we were exploring the Bethnal Green neighborhood in London. The weather wasn’t too bad, but not great either. When it started to sprinkle both of us immediately sniffed the air in search of a pub. Luckily we found one and it’s a gem.
The Florist Arms, on 255 Globe Road, serves salads, oven baked dishes, and pizza. Yep, pizza. We ordered the Sicilian Hot, which has tomato, mozzarella, Chorizo, and chili. It was delicious. This is a relaxing pub. There wasn’t a lot of hubbub and the bartender was friendly. We intended to pop in for a quick drink and then see if the rain had subsided. Instead, once I saw they served pizza, we had a tasty meal and enjoyed a couple of cocktails. I would give this place 4 out of 5 stars.