The Duke and Duchess

2-3 Creed Lane , London, EC4V 5BR

  • The Duke and Duchess, Fleet Street, London
  • The Duke and Duchess, Fleet Street, London
  • The Duke and Duchess, Fleet Street, London

SquareMeal Review of The Duke and Duchess

Handily located just a stone’s throw from St Paul’s Cathedral, the Duke & Duchess is a revamped traditional City boozer with plenty going for it these days. Fans of draught beer have a decent choice ranging from Young’s & Doom Bar to orange & coriander-tinged Blue Moon (brewed in Colorado), while cocktail sippers can order mojitos, caipiroskas or watermelon martinis; there’s also plenty for wine buffs to enjoy. On the food front, you can nibble soused mackerel ceviche, Welsh rarebit & Scotch eggs at the bar, or plunder the main menu for a plate of chicken Caesar salad, fish pie or macaroni cheese. Otherwise, pick something quick & filling such as a mug of soup, a crispy pork belly bun or a fish-finger sandwich. Popular for celebratory bashes & special events.


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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

City Thameslink Station 184m

Blackfriars Station 209m


Address: 2-3 Creed Lane , London EC4V 5BR

Area: Fleet Street St Paul s

Opening times

Mon-Fri 11.30am-11pm (Thurs-Fri -12M)

Nearby Landmarks

Apothecaries' Hall 125m

Stationers' Hall 129m


Telephone: 020 7248 9825


Cuisine: Pubs


Food & Drink: 8.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 9.0

Value: 9.0

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 4.0

The Bugle 26 September 2013

The D&D is the kind of lunch place that is quickly disappearing in the City. It is formal enough for any client meeting yet relaxed enough to make conversation flow and to set people at ease. The food is innovative and creative but accessible and satisfying in a City increasingly full of high street chains where you know what you are going to order before arriving. The staff were attentive yet unobtrusive.