Contrast old and new in the City of London. The futuristic skyscraper-lined business district also features historic attractions including St Paul’s and the Tower of London. While the suits from the area tell of the cuisine on offer, the City of London restaurants range from after-work drinking haunts to gourmet restaurants, Michelin-starred dining and the odd chain.
Tuck into some of the best English dishes at restaurants in the City of London. The area’s cuisine is mostly dominated by proudly British restaurants, but also brings in international flavour from French gastronomy to Italian and European-style cooking.
Stretching out from Bank Station, find high-end eateries in hotels or on ground floors of office blocks. Heading up Watling and Bread Street from Mansion House Station, pass trendy independent British pubs, bars and restaurants, interspersed with high street favourites towards the One New Change Centre.
Ranging from north bank up to Finsbury, the City area is covered by several stations, connecting it with the rest of London.