The Old Tea Warehouse

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The site of the Old Tea Warehouse is surrounded by religious history and can be traced back as far as 1592, where the Creechurch Monastery once stood. Indeed it is said that upon renovation of the site, old bones were found (where the staff loos are now!) and the original East India Co Tea Warehouse was believed to be built on a graveyard so you never know who you may bump into in our basement lounge...

Unique for a City pub we have a private patio tucked away for time out of the office and a cool basement complete with two pool tables, Ipod docking and serving up our must try house cocktail, Gunpowder and Treason – Boom!

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4 Creechurch Lane, Spitalfields, London, EC3A 5AY

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+44 (0)20 7621 1913

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The Old Tea Warehouse

Address
4 Creechurch Lane
Spitalfields
London
EC3A 5AY
Public transport:
Aldgate, Underground

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of The Old Tea Warehouse

4.0 out of 5 21 September 2013
by Adrian S.

I wouldn't never have found this place, however, was meeting a friend who works in the area. Ironically, my friend recommended this for exactly the same reasons as an earlier yelp reviewer when they mentioned you 'could sequestor yourself from the inquisitive eyes of colleagues during an extended city lunch'....Ha spot on.

After turning down a side street and then into a small unassuming...more

3.0 out of 5 14 March 2011
by theoz

Weird layout.

As its name would suggest its an old warehouse. Bare squeaky floor boards in a traditional fashion.

The ale is from Fullers, not surprises then.

One main bar and a (slightly) more formal dinning room at the back, which they also hire out for functions.

A chill out area downstairs with sofas. Heated and covered area for smokers outside.

If you are looking to escape...more

4.0 out of 5 27 January 2010
by Jason E.

An unusual place split in to two bars at ground level joined by a tunnel with an overly bright basement lounge and a large patio with large heated umbrellas.

It's one of those many City haunts that you either know about or you don't and If you don't you're unlikely to find it. Accessed through an old stone arch and set in a courtyard, this really was an old tea warehouse, or at least on the...more