Concealed between the busy Kingsway and the serene Lincoln's Inn Fields "The Oak Room" located above The Ship Tavern public house (est. 1549) exudes charm and warmth. Antique paintings, books and trinkets adorn the mahogany walls and a crackling open fire and private booths create a cosy Dickensian environment.
The menu features great British restaurant classics such as steaks, chops, pots, pies, pork belly and the famous 1549 house ale beer battered fish & chips as well as a daily specials board.
After dinner you can relax in the main downstairs bar whilst supping one of the six award-winning cask ales. Open for Saturday brunch and Sunday lunch featuring live jazz every Sunday in the main bar from 4pm.
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The Ship Tavern
12 Gate StreetHolbornLondonWC2A 3HP
- Public transport:
- Holborn, Underground
Fantastic hearty food. Great place with a bit of the finer touch. Would definitely go there againmore
I'm from Charleston, SC and def am a foodie. Hands down best beef Wellington! Super cool, warm, easy going vibe upstairs where we ate dinner. Flowers were out w candles lit. Loved it! Wish we could come back again! Highly recommend :)more
The Beef Wellington has made my top five best meals of all time! I have had sticky date pudding in Australia, I have had spicy spinach saute in Rome, I have had bread pudding in New Orleans, I have had Peking duck in mainland China and now Beef Wellington in London, makes 5. It is deceptively simple in appearance, but fantastic. My compliments to the chef.
PS-I am from Texas, love beef and...more
Good food. Decent beer.
Went for lunch here and I do like the place. Really nice feel to it, relaxed old style pub but not solely frequented by elderly gentlemen. Really nice place.
The food is quite good. Calamari was a bit chewy but the roast pork was really nice, but nothing special. Bangers and mash were a bit meh.
Ale was decent. Gave out a complimentary Mother's Day drink. So they...more
Upstairs Oak Room restaurant is warm and cozy - dark wood, soft lighting, candles. If you're looking for a solid pub meal, this place is a good find close to Holborn Tube stop but nicely tucked down a small alley. On a Sunday evening after having arrived in from NY, it was exactly what I was looking for - a quiet, decent meal with a good pint of Ale (Tribute).
The leg of lamb and gravy was...more