Top ten boozers near tube station by passenger who tried them all in three year pub crawl around London

Sam Cullen. Credit: Sam Cullen

Tube obsessed passenger Sam Cullen has outlined his top ten London boozers after a three year-pub crawl around the entire network.

The Atlas West Brompton. Credit: Sam Cullen

The Atlas West Brompton

Probably ranks as my favourite - a friendly, welcoming pub with great ales and good food.

It just clicked for me when we first went there and I often pop back in now.

The Trafalgar Freehouse - South Wimbledon. Credit: Sam Cullen

The Trafalgar Freehouse - South Wimbledon

This place feels like you're drinking in someone's front room, in a good way.

No music or distractions, a cosy place to enjoy a variety of real ales which are rotated on a regular basis.

Zeitgest - Vauxhall. Credit: Sam Cullen

Zeitgest - Vauxhall

This is a proper German pub staffed by and frequented by Germans - don't ask me why it ended up in Vauxhall.

Solid range of German lagers and food from currywurst to haxn (pork knuckle).

Ye Olde Mitre Inn - High Barnet. Credit: Sam Cullen

Ye Olde Mitre Inn - High Barnet

A former coaching inn thought to date back to the 1780s, this is a really atmospheric Grade II pub complete with low ceilings and wooden beams throughout.

It boasts a fine selection of ales and reasonably priced traditional British pub grub.

North Star - Leytonstone. Credit: Sam Cullen

North Star - Leytonstone

A lovely old East London boozer nestled away in a conservation area of Victorian cottages.

Does both Thai food and has a wood fired pizza over in its back garden.

Westbury - Turnpike Lane (north east). Credit: Sam Cullen

Westbury - Turnpike Lane (north east)

Recently refurbished, this light and airy pub has a great range of ales from the local redemption brewery and serves up excellent food.

A welcome addition to an area that hasn't been blessed with good pubs in recent years.

The Pineapple - Kentish Town. Credit: Sam Cullen

The Pineapple - Kentish Town

This place is a North London institution which was thankfully saved from being converted into housing in the early 2000s.

This traditional Grade II listed pub has a fantastic atmosphere and great Thai food.

Great chandeliers too.

The Lamb - Russell Square. Credit: Sam Cullen

The Lamb - Russell Square

Perfectly situated close to the British Museum, this Youngs pub retains many Victorian features including the 'snob screens' at the bar which would stop people from different classes prying on each other while out having a drink.

The Angel - Bermondsey. Credit: Sam Cullen

The Angel - Bermondsey

Made it in here by virtue of its fantastic view across the river and up to Tower Bridge - a stunning view of our fantastic city.

It's a Sam Smiths pub too - so cheap beers too.

The Saluation - Ravenscourt Park (West) Credit: Sam Cullen

The Saluation - Ravenscourt Park (West)

A grand old pub with a fine Victorian frontage with its distinctive ceramic purple tiles.

Given its proximity to Chiswick, no surprise this is a Fullers pub.

It has a great beer garden which is a real suntrap in the summer.

Sam visited every station in the order they were added to the transport network and find a decent pub close by, blogging about the experience on his INNside Track website.

The article is by writer Sam Cullen and does not necessarily reflect the views of ITV News.