This glamorous bar in the shadow of St. Paul's sets the scene for dramatic deals, exuberant celebrations and extravagant successes. It's busy day and night, attracting bankers, traders and property experts from the surrounding area. Sit on the balcony and listen to the bell of St. Paul's, hire out our lounge area for an exclusive event, or take control of your own cocktail bar in our private dining room. We'll even share our cocktail recipes with you. In the summer, watch out for events that extend our terrace right into the middle of the square. Sit tight on a bucking bronco, test your sandcastle skills, throw your boss in the stocks or dress up for the Bond party.
Venue Details & Map
10 Paternoster SquareThe CityLondonEC4M 7DY
- Public transport:
- St. Paul's, Underground
Well located on the square perfect for after dinner drinks! The pub has many friendly patrons creating a social atmosphere.
We were a fairly large group visiting and found a table easily. Unfortunately we received no service at our table and ended up ordering from the bar. The bar service was prompt but nothing special.
The menu here is also quite average, which is disappointing...more
Not too bad I guess. Totally cavernous inside - which we avoided - but, if you can get a table outside, it's a good place to people watch the folks going about their business in the square.
Bearing in mind the sheer size of the place, the staff are friendly and manage to do an adequate job of keeping up with everyone. The wine list was reasonably priced and the food didn't look too horrific.more
Great food! Really good skinny fries! Staff are young trendy and friendly wearing t-shirts that read 'work hard play harder' however 4 of us got our food and 1 was left waiting 5 minutes or so, no biggy to us tho (but that is why I've only given it 4 out of 5 stars) and the waitress apologised profusely. Other diners consisted of suited business men so we did feel slightly underdressed. The...more
The best metaphor I can use for Corney and Barrow is Applebee's London style. If you don't get the reference let me quickly explain.
The place is truly an exhibit of being in the right location. The outdoor seating area is jammed on nice evenings as four large office folk move downstairs to decompress in the large square which C&B front.
I would not recommend eating here unless its a meal of...more