Rules Restaurant

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Il più antico ristorante di Londra, Rules offre cibo tradizionale inglese dal 1798. Frequentato una volta da Charles Dickens e H.G Wells, il ristorante conserva l'antico fascino, con mobili e dipinti d'epoca.


Spesa media per un primo £24.00 to £35.00 a clienti

Dettagli della location & mappa

Rules Restaurant

35 Maiden Lane
+44 (020) 7836 5314

Recensioni di Yelp

8.00 su 5
Basato su 175 recensioni

Les 175 meilleurs avis de Rules Restaurant

1.0 su 5
23 May 2018
di Michelle Z.

Summary: Would leave 0 stars if I could. Don't go here. Rules has an incredibly racist and elitist atmosphere, and the food isn't anywhere near the quality to make up for it.


The oldest restaurant in London reeks with the same old attitudes of racism, classism, and elitism during its founding time of 1798. Unless there's drastic change to address the exclusionary nature of this... Continua

5.0 su 5
26 October 2017
di Steve L.

This is a piece of history. It's the oldest continuous serving restaurant in England. Dating back to the early 1800's whilst you guys were still shooting each other.

The walls are covered in wonderful charactertures depicting the incredible history of patrons. The night we dined, we saw 2 MP's from Parliament. I mean in person, not on the wall!

The menu is aggressively British featuring Wild... Continua

5.0 su 5
16 December 2017
di Rita R.

Traditional English restaurant, excellent food and service , delicious dishes. To my personal opinion, this is a must go restaurant if you are visiting London. Prices are fair for the quality of food and service provided. Ask their waiters for any reference needed. Order the right dishes are essential to a pleasant dinning experience, since their staffs know their dishes in details, please... Continua

3.0 su 5
04 June 2018
di David B.

Supposedly the oldest restaurant in London, dating back to the 18th century, it's more post-Victorian in decor and style than anything else. Service was attentive, and they offered me a newspaper to read while I waited for my food, something that would never be done at a fine restaurant in the States.

I had the rabbit braised in saffron. At least as chicken-y as rabbity, it looked very... Continua

3.0 su 5
21 April 2018
di Krystle B.

Waiter was a dick.

Oldest restaurant is London. Cute, kitschy decor. Extensive wine list. Yelp won't let me just write "waiter is a dick."

Centrally located. Walking distance to the West End, Chinatown, Gaybourhood, Theatre District.

Food yummy, look at pics.

Worst service I had in London but I would go back again, the food was actually really good.

Waiter still a dick. Continua

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