Ye Olde Mitre, established in 1546, is a pub that is well known for its range of toasted sandwiches, for which they also provide a takeaway option. They serve a selection of beers, real ales, wines and spirits and provide outside seating on the terrace. Catering for private parties is available upon request.
Venue Details & Map
Ye Olde Mitre
1 Ely CourtThe CityLondonEC1N 6SJ
- +44 (0)20 7405 4751
- Public transport:
- Farringdon, Underground
Apparently this happens to be London's oldest pub. I'm going to have to trust the internet on this one namely because I plugged 'London's Oldest Pub' into Google and this was one of the pubs that it spat out. I can't remember how old it actually is, but I believe it dates back to around the time of the Great Fire in 1666. Anyway this pub can actually be a little tricky to find, namely because...more
Visited this place for drinks after work with coworkers while on a business trip in London. Was recommended by some locals. It's one of the oldest pubs in London and you'll know it as soon as you walk in. We mostly had beer and tried a few apps. Nothing fancy but definitely a memorable place and a spot would recommend grabbing a couple beers at if you're visiting London.more
Proper wood floors.
Proper leather chairs.
Proper historical pictures in proper picture frames.
Proper flowing of Fuller's pub cask ale pints.
Proper cheeky barkeep.
Properly hidden in an alley from you tourists.
Properly filled with after-work London locals.
Proper 'pub' NOT 'gastro-pub' or 'resto'.
Proper atmosphere to get dodgy with your improper mates.
In case you didn't get me, I...more
It was great to finally get here today on st Patrick's day. Cozy "British" pub with great atmosphere and quirky architecture you would expect in an a old, historic London bar. You have to really look to find it though! Service was good even though it was very crowded. Pricing was as expected.more
I do like Ye Olde Mitre.
The name sounds like one of those fake Ye Olde tourist trap places but this is real.
The pub has been around since 1546 but not sure any of the original building remains. Like many old(e) pubs in the City of London they've often been rebuilt, extended and modified several times over many years.
What I like is that it's surprisingly down to earth and un-gastrofied and...more