Like everything in London, the age of the Lamb and Flag can be counted in centuries. Opened in 1772, it has stood for nearly two and a half centuries. Until 1833, it was known as the Coopers Arms pub, and was home to bare knuckle boxing. It became known as the Bucket of Blood for that reason! But nowadays it's a quiet, fun pub. On the walls you'll find plenty of old photographs. There are two floors. On the ground floor you can sit around the bar or at a table, and upstairs there are more tables and a space to watch live music. The place also serves traditional English snacks. It is always very busy, but if you're lucky, you may get a table quickly.