Rules Restaurant

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About

Located in the heart of lively, fashionable Covent Garden, close to the Royal Opera House and numerous theatres, Rules is London’s oldest restaurant. Rules has an excellent reputation for fine British food, delightful décor and impeccable service.

Specialising in seasonal and game cooking, Rules has gained a vast knowledge of game through ownership of the shooting estate, Lartington Hall Park in County Durham.

Under creative head chef, David Stafford, classic British dishes are constantly developed and reinvented to the delight of regulars and newcomers alike. There are also two beautiful and historical private dining rooms ideal for up to 25 guests.

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Venue Details & Map

Rules Restaurant

Address
35 Maiden Lane
Covent Garden
London
WC2E 7LB
Telephone:
+44 (020) 7836 5314
Email:
Website:
http://www.rules.co.uk
Public transport:
Charing Cross, Covent Garden or Leicester Square underground stations. Charing Cross and Waterloo mainline stations.

Facilities

Catering Facilities
Bar
Private Dining
Restaurant
Children Facilities
Children welcome
High chairs available
Event Facilities
In house AV available
Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
General Facilities
Free WiFi
Wi-Fi access
Payment Facilities
Credit cards accepted
Debit cards accepted
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 154 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Rules Restaurant

2.0 out of 5 25 July 2016
by Yuji T.

I think their food are from 1798 as well...

Veal: well.. You have to taste with your eyes first.. It looks like 7£ food, and taste like 10£. But cost 30£

Oyster: it's just ok, but too expensive.

The yearprobably is the only thing left here.more

5.0 out of 5 24 July 2016
by Kyu L.

Got a 8:30pm reservation for 1 on Sunday night. That's a bit later than I'm used to but boy am I glad I got it and kept the reservation!

So so: fish soup.

Good and Interesting: beer in a silver mug. I had Guiness and it stayed cold to the last drop!

All the desserts looked great...I had the dark chocolate...it was moist and the bottom was crunchy (maybe toffee?)

Great: I tried 2 of all three...more

4.0 out of 5 9 July 2016
by Brooke Y.

Rules is the oldest restaurant in London and is steeped in tradition. It is not simply trading on history and remains an exceptional restaurant serving traditional English fare. The last visit I started with the pea soup, which was fine but not excellent. I then had the suckling pig, which came hoof and all. It was tender and well portioned. Beer selection is poor but the wine list is...more

1.0 out of 5 22 June 2016
by Saki B.

Devastating.

I used to frequent Rules as a child and always recommended my friends abroad to dine here for a truly magical British experience. Pies overflowing the with gravy, everything is bountiful

and steaming hot with hushed tones and austere dining with wonderful wait staff.

It's been 4 yrs since I have been here and I repent. I repent for sending anyone to this horrific place.

The...more

3.0 out of 5 11 November 2015
by Kelvin C.

This place makes me LOL. On one hand the food was decent. On the other, the service was probably the most pretentious, snobby, nose up in the air @#(%@, that I have ever experienced. Seriously, I could have practically tasted the waiters nose hairs if he came any closer to us. It's not like we weren't well dressed, or spoke sh*tty english...it was just Mr.Belvedere doing his PMS thing....more

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