Set to the awesome of St Paul’s Cathedral, Paternoster Chop House is an unpretentious restaurant and bar that offers traditional and robust British food in relaxed and modern surroundings.
Head Chef Peter Weeden is an ardent supporter of British produce and collaborates closely, with small food suppliers throughout the British Isles. Peter has forged closes relationships with suppliers such as the Bean family in Helford, Cornwall who supply most of their fish from their 29ft gill netter boat ‘Lady Hamilton’ and Richard Vaughan who supplies their 39 month-old Longhorn beef – or ‘Beast of the Day’ as they like to call it!
The menu itself is the very definition of traditional British recipes including grills and spit roasts, shellfish, savouries and puddings. Dishes include: hand-picked Devon crab salad with melba toast; young grouse, game chips and bread sauce and blackberry apple crumble with custard.
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Paternoster Chop House
Paternoster SquareLondonEC4M 7DX
We visited Paternoster for Sunday lunch with free flowing fizz. I started with the mackerel. Presented as a salad, it was a good sized portion with a nice bit of mackerel. Next I had the roast lamb, the lamb was delicious and served with lots of veg and a Yorkshire pud. The only thing that let it down was that the Yorkshire was over cooked. To finish I had passionfruit parfait which was nice...more
Have been for breakfast and all i can say is average... Nothing come to mind... Lots of average food and nothing special...more
Excellent for their Sunday Roast "Beast of the Day" Beef. Staff were very nice with excellent service. Wonderful roast potatoes served on the side so no chance of them getting soggy on the plate with the beef (and lashings of real gravy, more like a jus than the usual rubbish served all over everything in pubs and the like). We'll definitely be back soon.more
I would definitely eat here again, although I think I would go for the BEEF next time. I wasn't hungry for a giant slab of beef, so I decided on some lobster, and some pork pie. Both were great, but the beef loaded on other diners' tables looked divine.
I think there are actually more scenic places to eat in London. Paternoster's square, while right by St. Paul's, didn't really strike me as...more
The last of the summer sun shining down on us, with a tango demonstration twirling it's way around the square, if it wasn't for the impressive visage of St. Paul's looming over us I would have sworn I was sitting on a Medditerranean palazzo.
The food was equal to the setting, with all four of us devouring our dishes with supreme gusto. My beef was especially good, the beetroot and horseradish...more