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1 Poultry, London EC2R 8EJ
Manicured lawns, topiary, wisteria-clad cloisters and an alfresco bar make this memorable rooftop garden a shoo-in for summer drinking. Covered and heated...
Paul's Walk, 8 High Timber Street, London EC4V 3PA
A wall of glass gives a view across the Thames to Tate Modern, but if you look the other way there are some interesting South African artworks on the walls...
1 Paul's Walk, London EC4V 3QH
Crowned by a “gem” of a terrace, Northbank serves up a panorama of London that reflects modern-day developments, the Tate Modern, Millennium Bridge and...
67-69 Watling Street, London EC4M 9DD
Cristian and Linda Barrionuevo already own restaurants in Sweden and Uruguay, as well as Argentinian steakhouse Mingo, but this new City tapas joint in...
Prime Argentinian steak specialist Mingo majors in moody interiors, South American artwork and Latin music. Warm up with homemade empanadas and a clutch...
21 Watling Street, London EC4M 9BR
Each of these attractive wine bars has its own distinct character and menu but the house style, which simply relies on great Italian ingredients and wines,...
Aldermary House, 10-15 Queen Street, London EC4N 1TX
Bright 1950s American postmodernism sets the scene for booze, burgers and more besides at this sibling of City bars Babble, Amber and The Gable – although...
27 Bush Lane, London EC4R 0AA
Part of Drake & Morgan’s portfolio that includes sister City socials The Fable, The Folly and The Anthologist, The Listing is a sprawling 1950s-style bar...
9-11 Bow Churchyard, London EC4M 9DQ
Like some of the racing cars pictured on its walls, Taberna Etrusca has come to be regarded as a 1960s classic. The setting couldn’t be more Cockney (note...
22 Bloomberg Arcade, London EC4N 8AR
The whizz-kids behind Caravan Coffee Roasters have come a long way since opening their first gaff on Exmouth Market. Now spread across the capital, each...
One New Change, 10 Bread Street, London EC4M 9AJ
This no-bookings pizza joint from Gordon Ramsay (in the same building as his Bread Street Kitchen) promises to ‘slice up your life’. Street Pizza serves...
Going for the gold standard on a street called Poultry, Coq d’Argent is near the top of the City’s pecking order. We reckon its status as an “all-time...
21 New Globe Walk, London SE1 9DT
This all-day British restaurant and bar seems to hold all the trump cards since its 2017 refurbishment, with an enviable Thames-side location, views...
The Courtyard, 20 St. Swithins Lane, London EC4N 8AD
Head chef Frederick Forster (ex-Gavroche and Ritz) has breathed new life into this atmospherically located City stalwart, which for all its modern minimalism (the...
6 Martin Lane, London EC4R 0DP
Originally a merchant’s house pre-dating the Great Fire of 1666, this venerable wine bar is reputedly the City’s oldest – a former haunt of Charles Dickens...