Samuel Pepys is a pub and restaurant serving a variety of wines, beers and spirits, with a seasonal menu. Catering for private parties of up to 120 guests is available upon request.
Venue Details & Map
Stew LaneThe CityLondonEC4R 3TN
- Public transport:
- Monument, Underground
A little out of the way to find Samuel Pepys is kinda pub / bar type place.
Not the place to go to if you want to talk at any decent level and that is just because of the music not because of the volume of loud talking. It was not busy when we came so can only imagine the din once there are lots of customers in there.
Ordered the bruschetta which was very tasteless and non-descript. Next i...more
This is a hidden gem of a bar. The bar itself is beautiful and has the most amazing balcony sticking out over the river Thames and across from the Globe theatre. There are 2 tables on the balcony and you can consume your beverage of choice whilst watching the sun set over the shard/southwark bridge (refer my uploaded picture with gratuitous staropramen shot). Even if your inside, there are...more
The location is awkward, but it has a nice view. Modern interior with far too many stairs. A little bit of an identity crisis here; doesn't know whether it wants to be a cocktail bar or a pub, two bitters, only one on. I would go here again, but only if I was paid.more
I have been a few times already as this is next to my job and this is the typical place you won't see unless someone takes you there or you are walking by. The street could look quite scary on a rainy grey day and even in a sunny one, but the views worth the visit. Overlooking the Thames, you can see The Shard, The Tate Modern, Millenium Bridge and the Globe Theatre.
They have a happy hour...more
Excellent location, excellent view, mediocre service, and high prices. Thus, not a place I'd go regularly but definitely one I'd go to. I went here twice in my four months in London and I plan on stopping here again. Probably not for a full meal but def for drinks and chips, just to sit on the lovely couch near the window, to enjoy the view, and, if I remember correctly, some killer tunes...more