Steeped in history and filled with opulent décor, The Old Bank of England offers its guests traditional British pub cuisine. Enhancing the lavish surroundings, The Old Bank of England on Fleet Street features original fixtures, high ceilings and magnificent chandeliers. Hearty dishes such as home-cooked pies can be enjoyed al fresco in the courtyard.
Venue Details & Map
Old Bank Of England
194 Fleet StreetThe CityLondonEC4A 2LT
- +44 (0)20 7430 2255
- Public transport:
- Temple, Underground
A really nice pub on Fleet Street!
The pub is situated in an old law court which has been transformed into this traditional pub. Its kept all the very grand features of an important building, I have to say I felt like I was walking into a hotel when I was going up the stairs!
I was here with a few work colleagues to grab some lunch. The food was great. I had the Steak and Ale Pie which was...more
A stop on a London Walk. Spectacular interior. It's a Fullers pub so the usual on tap including London Pride and ESB. Plenty of space including an upstairs balcony for viewing the patrons below and the ornate ceiling above.
Well worth a stop for the fantastic restoration. Of course, the London Pride is one of my favorites.more
Not know much about the history of the premise except from hearsay... one which says it used to really be the Bank of England office. I can believe it with the detailed designs in the ceiling, the interior oozes history and style... but why turn it into just a pub (my friend Alice remarked). In a way, she made a valid point. It could have easily been let out to entrepreneural restaurateur who...more
A few walks away from the Theater District, passed the Royal Courts of Justice is the Old Bank of England. The interior of this place is absolutely beautiful with the high ceiling, intricate designs and big chandeliers.
I saw some people eating the food there and they looked amazing! Unfortunately I went there after dinner so I was not able to eat :(
It's a must-see place for the beautiful...more
A. Most elaborate decor of the pubs I've EVER been to, and that's alot
B. 3 chandeliers...really?...3 monster chandeliers...hung from cathedral ceilings....f'n sick
C. Cask ales and tons of people mingling
D. Lots of rooms to mill about in if you want private space
E. Lots of pics being takes, since you will never see a place like this anywhere else
Hit it...c'mon...F yeah.more