Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese has a real olde world feel to it, having survived through the reign of 15 monarchs. It consists of a great number of bars and dining rooms reached by a labyrinth of passages and staircases. It is decked out with a dark wooden interior. Bar food is served as well as beers, traditional ales, wines and spirits, and there is also a restaurant. They can cater for private parties of up to 120 people.
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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
145 Fleet StreetThe CityLondonEC4A 2BU
- +44 (0)20 7353 6170
- Public transport:
- City Thameslink, National Railway
One of the most beautiful pubs I've been to. ,y style is very old and pre century so if you like that King George feel, this is it. Bar is built like a house with areas to visit on each floor . Best one of the base,met which dates back to the 13 th century. It was such a beautiful place and you'll meet some cool people!!more
Steeped in history that goes back to 1538, this is one of London's oldest pubs. It was rebuilt after the great fire of 1666.
This place is like a labyrinth with six levels with different bars and rooms on each level.
Noted for being the frequent haunt of notable writers and poets; Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Mark Twain. It's said that Charles Dickens wrote the Tale of Two cities here...It...more
Lovely old English pub. No, it really is old. It has lots of charm and best of all, it's reasonably priced. You may want to mind your head in this place though, you may struggle a bit if you're particularly tall.
You should venture downstairs, I've never been to a pub quite like it.
The staff were actually very friendly and it was great that the person we spoke to working behind the bar...more
Cool pub tucked into a small alley off Fleet Street. We came here under a recommendation from a friend. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed.
There are a number of levels and rooms tucked away so it may come across as quite the maze. We ended up in the lower cellar floor. Be careful of your head as you duck down to go to the lower levels.
Service was good and the Steak and Ale Pie even...more