From the early morning breakfast rush to late night parties, there's always a buzz in our Old Broad Street bar. Right opposite Tower 42 and on the route between Liverpool Street and Bank, it's a favourite spot for City workers. Light floods in through large windows at both ends of the bar, which leads off to a secluded restaurant area. This bar is special for C&B because it's on the site of our first restaurant. We've kept some mementos of the old place, though. Beside the bar you'll see a series of nine cupboards made of wood from the original restaurant. Regulars can keep their favourite spirits or cigars in there. If cupboards could speak, what tales would they tell?
Venue Details & Map
C&B Old Broad Street
111 Old Broad StreetThe CityLondonEC2N 1AP
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
If you're after a post-work drink in the City, this Corney & Barrow will do ya as good as any, I suppose. The two hours I spent in post-work sunshine/early summer London surely was a fine time.
With gaggles of girls perched on the lawn and throngs of suits letting off steam -- it's not bad for people watching, either.more
A lovely place to go for a few drinks after work in the City. As a co-worker noted, it's very suit-y, but it's got a great drink list, attentive staff, and plenty of space. We were a group of five who arrived right after work on a weekday and snagged a booth table in the back and spent a few hours there. To soak up the tasty Malbec, we also shared a platter of delicious vegetarian nibbles, it...more
Ok I've only been there for one drink on an early Friday evening, but I liked the atmosphere - full of City folk - of course! What else do you expect from a bar on Old Broad Street...but it wasn't filthy (which is a rarity for the City).
Ample space, tall ceilings and unpretentious atmosphere. I liked it a lot!more
Yep, like the other reviewer says it's fine from a convenience point of view without knocking you out. Burgers are pretty good, although a bit pricey. Staff are pleasant enough.more
We lunch here from time to time as it is handy for the office and they have several screens showing cricket.
Expect to pay about £15 a head for a main course and a soft drink.
Wine list is good with lots by the glass.
Food is standard pub/bar fare - steak sandwich, Caesar salad etc. Done reasonably well.
Service normally pretty efficient and friendly.
They prefer you to tip in cash - I think...more