The Clarence serve a selection of English dishes as well as offering a hot and cold buffet. Private bookings are taken and the restaurant can hold up to 55 people or up to 70 people for a buffet.
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53 WhitehallWestminsterLondonSW1A 2HP
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The sign above the door says they welcome all visitors to London, but apparently only if you're eating. We popped in for a drink after touring Westminster Abbey and were met at the door by a member of staff who asked if we were eating? When we said we only wanted a drink we were told the only place we could drink was at the bar, and that there were no bar stools; despite the fact there were...more
We stopped in here after a long morning touring and walking around London. Truth is, it is one of the only pub/restaurants that we could find nearish the Churchill War Museum, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and along the road to Trafalgar Square. However, it served good food, was moderately priced (it is London afterall) and the service very friendly, and personable! It was a typical British pub,...more
My friend and I popped into this pub for a late lunch on our walk from Trafalgar Square to the Westminster tube station. The inside is cozy, especially in the back. It has old world charm with a slightly modernish vibe. the menu has some classic favorites and some new modern cuisine. Order your drinks and food at the bar and then the food is delivered to your table.
Since it was my last full...more
I went for Sunday lunch with a large group. There was table service for drinks but this was very slow.
The lunch menu on Sunday has a good selection. Roast beef and chicken were the dishes on the day I went, along with a mushroom Wellington.
I opted for the roast beef, which was ok, but overcooked and could've done with a decent gravy or some horseradish. The roast potatoes were crispy and...more
I stumbled across this cool little pub after walking around Londontown for hours on end one weekend. Located just a few blocks south of Trafalgar Square, I decided to go in based on the fact that it has a Derby hat on the sign out front and looked really inviting inside. It was also fairly bustling, which was a good sign.
It's a part of the Geronimo group of pubs, which seem to have a good...more