Surrounded by lush, garden squares, The Marquis Cornwallis in Bloomsbury, London offers hearty British cuisine from a diverse and locally-sourced menu. The bar showcases 5 traditional cask ales as well as a global selection of craft beers. Enjoy a traditional Sunday roast dinner in the regal dining room, littered with quirky artwork and a feature fireplace.
Venue Details & Map
The Marquis Of Cornwallis
31 Marchmont StreetBloomsburyLondonWC1N 1AP
- +44 (0)20 7278 8355
- Public transport:
- Russell Square, Underground
Dropped by here to catchup with some mates, they ended up deciding to stick around here for a few beers and dinner. The place was good and the staff were nice and friendly so I decided I should also grab some dinner, we all ended up going with the burger. The burger was a little bit smaller than expected it was tasty and a good meal. I would certainly recommend dropping by here for a burger...more
My first time here on my second trip back to London!
Found this great little pub to get some "hangry pain" satisfaction taken care of!
What a great hangout! It reminds me of my days back home at another popular joint I would brings my friends too.
The vibe is a mix of young and old folks but I will let you know this place can get loud. That's fine by me!
Typical England style, order all...more
Casual seat yourself and order at the bar environment. This establishment seems to attract a younger uni-style crowd which is cool. Ordered the fish and chips which were actually quite oily. Massive piece of cod though, which reflects the more expensive menu price for it. Atmosphere was really cool- authentic British style pub with nice decor. Servers were off about doing their own thing......more
We stopped in here while walking from the British library to the museum. We weren't expecting too much, but honestly, the meal was really decent.
Sadly, I don't remember the beer names. For food, I had the fish and chips, which was quite delicious: hot and crispy, with a nice tarter sauce. The chips left a little to be desired and the mash peas did not suit my palate at all.
My son had the...more
Came here for food after a long flight and a brief British Museum visit. Order at the bar. Good was mixed, the kiddos salad had chicken, the same smoke chicken and bacon salad my mom ordered had no chicken. The British chicken pie was good. At around six there were more folks having a drink than eating, the atmosphere was loud but nice pub. The girl who served the food didn't really have a...more