The Eagle is one of the first pubs to introduce a modern and creative menu which changes every day, and transforms into a high-end eatery. There are separate chefs in the lunch times and in the evenings and the service is very efficient. Latin and Reggae songs are played as background music. Seating on the pavement area is provided.
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Venue Details & Map
159 Farringdon RoadClerkenwellLondonEC1R 3AL
- +44 (0)20 7837 1353
- Public transport:
- Barbican, Underground
I need to update my previous review. Last time I ate here I enjoyed a simple dish of sausage and lentils which was just perfect. The steak sandwich is also pretty good.
Service is fast and the beers are good too.more
Amazing steak sandwich, great atmosphere, perfect meal! They have a great selection of bears and wines and all the food looks and smells great. The cooking area is behind the bar so you can see how freshly cooked your food is!
All the chairs, tables and crockery are mis matches which only adds to the charm of the place. You have to go if you're anywhere near Farringdon!more
What more to say about the Eagle? You go expecting delicious food, because of the reputation. And indeed it's held to that reputation.... had a piri piri quail with a farro salad which was inventive and tasty. Doesn't break the bank either at 10.80.
The beer selection is a little uninspired, being the same standard draughts you see elsewhere. It's a little chaotic, as many come just to drink...more
I've walked by this dozens of times, but never really put it together that it was the famous gastropub until I was looking for a pub/restaurant close to Farringdon tube station. I met two friends here on a weekday evening, and to my surprise, it had much more of a pub atmosphere than that of a gastropub, with lots of people sitting in large groups at the table and just drinking (well, it was...more
-Great food. I didn't visit many gastropubs on my trip, but this was definitely better than all of the food that I'd had at pubs (and many other places)
-Prices seemed pretty reasonable (London standards)
-It's a big place (for a pub), and was packed with locals on a late Monday night
-Serve food till quite late (pub standards)
-My standard drink order of Ale was ok, but probably my least...more