The Centre Page is a pub that serves a variety of beers, wines and spirits as well as a selection of traditional British dishes. Catering for private parties of up to 200 guests is available upon request.
29 Knightrider Street, The City, London, EC4V 5BH
For More Information:
+44 (0)20 7236 3614
Venue Details & Map
The Centre Page
29 Knightrider StreetThe CityLondonEC4V 5BH
- +44 (0)20 7236 3614
- Public transport:
- St. Paul's, Underground
Going to The Centre Page using public transport? Find the fastest route:
We were also another dumb tourists fell for the "famous fish and chips" sign. I ended up ordering egg, ham and chips, which I was told traditional english meal. It wasn't bad, I actually enjoyed it (bit pricey!) Location was nice, near the St P, very touristy and also easy access to bus or tube. I'd say this place was nothing special, but if you are hungry and need some ale, check it out.more
Coming over the Milennium one afternoon, we saw the Centre Page and marked it as a possible starting point for the next day's explorations since their sign mentioned a full English breakfast special.
We did return to indulge the next day, and the experience, though not bad, was a little strange.
When we arrived the place was empty aside from a table full of construction workers elbow deep...more
Just over Millenium Bridge on the northern side of the river makes it a tourist trap. However, my experience with the Centre Page was actually not half bad.
Like 99% of people I walked in because it was there and got food and a pint. Things may have changed but I remember the pie I had being fanTASTIC.
Nothing else really to set it apart from any other pub. I would not stop here for just a...more
We found this place on the way to St Paul's Cathedral's church. Highly recommend Lamb & Mint meat pie, Bangers n' Mash, and Fish and Chips. Burger is huge and highly recommend as well.
You will find lots of local business men in suits before noon and suddenly tourists like us start to take over..
If you are in the area definitely check this spot out.more
I think this has been the least expensive meal I have had in London so far, and it wasn't bad either! The girls and I decided it was time to try a traditional English breakfast. Per our classmate's suggestion, we tried Center Stage, tucked into the plaza right between Saint Paul's and Millennium Bridge. We were all starving so we were excited when our huge plates of food came out. The plate...more