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Address: 288 Mile End Road, Mile End, London, London, E3 4PH [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Mile End (0 miles), Bow Road (0.4 miles), Stepney Green (0.7 miles)

Nearest DLR stations Bow Church (0.6 miles), Devons Road (0.7 miles)

Nearest train stations Limehouse (1 mile), Bethnal Green (1.2 miles), Cambridge Heath (1.2 miles)

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user reviews of Virtual, Mile End

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is this still a pub?had some great times here in the late 80s early 90s!
mother123 - 24 May 2011 18:47
Its now called Zizi's or something, an upmarket grill running out of a Mile End estate pub!
bowhammer - 6 Jun 2010 12:14
Virtual has closed and it has now re-opened as the Mile Stone and now serves 'gastro-indan' food.

The place has even less of an identity than it had before and the owners have added every gimmick that comes along. The idiom 'jack of all trades is a master of none' comes to mind.
insouciant - 28 Oct 2009 19:37
What? Never heard of it! Well you may have known it as A Matter of Time. Or the Flautist & Firkin. Or maybe the Horn of Plenty. Perhaps even the Cornucopia. Have I missed any? By the time this is posted it will be probably be something else and it will keep changing names until the bulldozers arrive because the bottom line is it doesnít matter what it is called. It is an ugly, bare, uninviting, shell of a building with expanses of open floor space, seats from a 60ís Sci-Fi, keg beers, DJ booth, shady punters doing shadier deals, DVD racketeers, beer terrace with fine views of Mile End Road and worst of all, karaoke on Thursdays and Sundays. On the plus side, it is easy to find, the barmaid was charming and there is a decent plasma screen and pool table but donít let such exciting features distract you from the serious business of walking past.
RogerB - 8 Dec 2007 08:44

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