With a prime location right next to St Paul’s Cathedral, Paternoster Chop House makes a fantastic spot for large and small Christmas parties. Though popular all year round, the sleek modern interiors and hearty, comforting British menu - focused around impeccably-sourced meat and fish - really comes into its own in the winter months.
Inside you'll find the Paternoster Chop House dining room decked out in butcher's tiles and dark wooden furniture, whilst a stunning oak and marble bar provides another area for festive fun. For those who still want the option of a drink and a chat outside, Paternoster Chop House also has a heated terrace area where you can enjoy a bit of fresh air without a wintery chill.
Paternoster Chop House's traditional chop house menu centres around fresh meat and fish, cooked over charcoal and served with traditional sides and sauces. Head chef Alexandru-Ionel Sotir are dedicated to sourcing the best produce possible - all the fish and seafood at Paternoster Chop House comes from day boat fishermen, and meat is sourced on the bone, then butchered in house. As a result, the kitchen team are able to build menus to very exacting standards, offering a wide variety of classic cuts and more unusual dishes.
Meat remains the star of the show at Paternoster Chop House - a blazing-hot robata grill sears off grass-fed sirloin, fillet and ribeye steaks, as well as larger chateaubriand, tomahawk and porterhouse steaks for sharing, all available with your favourite sauces and sides, such as triple-cooked chips and creamed spinach.
Not a steak fan? No problem - Paternoster Chop House also has a wide range of daily specials, as well as snacks, starters and mains like roast cod with Jerusalem artichoke and fennel, haddock and chips, and slow-cooked lamb shank with young vegetable ragout. Desserts, meanwhile, are just the sort of festive treat we all love, from sticky toffee pudding to chocolate and caramel fondant.