A short walk from some of London’s best attractions. The entrance is small but has a unique (Grade II Historic Listing) tiled floor and walls, ordained with 6ft mirrors and hand paintings of Punch and Judy. Opening up into the beautiful pub with marble bar, fireplace, 19th Century skylight and a warm atmosphere.
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Venue Details & Map
The Punch Tavern
99 Fleet StreetLondonEC4Y 1DE
- +44 (0)20 7353 6658
- Public transport:
- Tube: St Paul's Train: City Thames Link
- Accessible Venue Facilities
- Assistance dogs welcome
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Booking Facilities
- Group bookings accepted
- Event Facilities
- In house AV available
- Available for wedding receptions
- Offers charity rates
- Conference rooms / Meeting rooms
- Event facilities
- Venue allows outside catering
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Self Catering Facilities
- Cooking facilities
Damn good fish and chips here. Sizable portions but didn't leave me feeling like I had a bowling ball in my stomach (a common aftereffect of eating British F&C, I've found). They include some peas and pickle slices so you can at least pretend it's healthy. And best of all, the F&C is on lunch special a few times a week so it runs only GBP 6.50.
The innards of this old place, which used to be...more
Marketed as serving "the best pies and mash in London", I must say they don't do a bad job. Set in a glorious old Victorian gin palace with a large, ornate open fire place, it's really a wonderful pub to visit / photograph and has been beautifully preserved.
Their staple fare is great British pub grub and you'd be mad to go there and not sample a pie. We had a Shepherd's Pie for £11 and a...more
I really like the Punch Tavern! My first visit was for the Yelp pub quiz, and I've returned a few times since. It's now my go-to for meetings over drinks or post-dinner G&Ts.
Pros: Gin palace! They have an enormous list of gins and frequently have special gins that aren't on the menu. The list is broken down by notes, and really helps newbies work out what sorts of gins they're into. The pies...more
Nice little boozer, the bar staff were all welcoming and were quick to take our orders as we wanted food.
The atmosphere was pretty good for a Sunday afternoon, especially for a city pub. Don't expect a cheap pint but it's certainly no more than any of the other pubs in the area.
We all had pies as they seemed to be the speciality. I went for a shepherds pie, but I was left a little...more
A classic old school London pub. You like that? You're going to be quite happy here. You want somewhere a little hipper or chicer, it's a good area for it, so I'd keep looking.
But I mean it when I say that if you want a classic pint in a comfortable setting, it's a good spot. It's right in the middle of three major tube stations, so it can be a little touristy heavy, but not so bad that it...more