The Thomas Cubitt has classic country house features with open fireplaces. The bar offers lunchtime and evening meals, an extensive wine list, cocktails and a selection of fine draft and boutique beers.
The dining room offers innovative British à la carte menu with highest quality British produce. Sunday Roast available.
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
The Thomas Cubitt
44 Elizabeth Street
- +44 (0)20 7730 6060
- Public transport:
- Sloane Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Thomas Cubitt
We made it a point during our vacation to try some English traditions and chose The Thomas Cubitt for a Sunday roast. Definitely glad we chose this restaurant because both the roast lamb and roast beef were excellent. We sat upstairs and there were only a few other tables being sat so it was nice and quiet, as opposed to downstairs which is much more energetic. I think next time we'd sit... more
Came here for some Sunday grub.
Burger with blue cheese was very good. I like that they will cook it to order and have to say they got the medium rare just perfect. Got this with a side of parmesan and garlic fries and was a bit annoyed that the waiter didn't point out that it already came with fries. Who needs two portions of fries?! The fries were average and I would not order the parmesan... more
We came here for a late dinner but the outside drinking area was packed and looked like a great time if you want to socialize on a weeknight. The food was exceptional and the menu offers a diverse selection of drinks, entrees and desserts. Great for foodies and those who love dishes with a bunch of different accompanying flavors in them. more
We enjoyed a beautiful multi course pre-fixe Christmas dinner in this lively pub.
Highlights were the potted goose first course, blood orange sorbet intermezzo, the turkey and the lamb mains, and all of the desserts. A memorable holiday experience. Be sure to reserve well in advance. more
If you still need proof that British food can, in fact, be updated and delicious, head to Thomas Cubitt. We ended up here for dinner on our last night in London and thoroughly enjoyed the entire experience, from delicious food and drinks to a fun atmosphere. Many diners were glued to a TV playing a high-stakes Wimbledon match and the front floor-to-ceiling windows facing the street were thrown... more