White Conduit House, C18th Century Pleasure Garden and once home to the cricket club that became the famous MCC. It's now closed apparently to become a Greek restaurant. The last days as a pub were troubled by brawling. One Monday night I was the solitary punter as the landlady yelled at the Polish barmaid "turn up the music and let's have some fun". Oliver Goldsmith came here for the hot buttered buns and wrote about it in 'The Citizen of the World'. Peter Ackroyd says there was a maze in the garden and possibly marks the spot of Druidic rituals.