Built by Sir Christopher Wren over 300 years ago and used by his stone masons, Old Bell Tavern is a true taste of London's rich pub history. Filled with dark woods, plush leather seats and serving up gourmet British grub and ales, this is a great example of a proper city pub.
Filled with hearty British favourites, the Old Bell Tavern menu uses seasonal ingredients, and offers a huge selection. Classic recipes include the slow-cooked steak, amber ale and mushroom pie, with signature fish and chips made using Nicholson's Pale Ale batter. From the grill, there are thick-cut steaks and juicy burgers, while a selection of vegetarian recipes include goat's cheese and beetroot tart, alongside gourmet sides.
Indulgent desserts at the Old Bell Tavern in the City of London feature crowd-pleasers like Belgian chocolate brownie and salted caramel profiteroles. From the bar, there are celebrated Nicholson's ales on tap, as well as a selection of international beers, fine wines, and artisan spirits.
A truly historic, cosy London pub, Old Bell Tavern sits right on Fleet Street, and is 2 minutes' walk from City Thameslink Rail Station.