Hung Drawn & Quartered is a pub that serves traditional English dishes, and has Sky TV and fruit machines provided for your entertainment.
Venue Details & Map
The Hung Drawn & Quartered
27 Great Tower StreetLondonEC3R 5AQ
- +44 (0)20 7626 6123
- Public transport:
- London Fenchurch Street, National Railway
Top 5 reviews of The Hung Drawn & Quartered
Ok. Came here to have "traditional English pie" and an ale.
Has the steak and London pride and it was excellent. And I was ready to be disappointed but it was delicious. Had an ale with it.
Unfortunately they were out of the pudding we wanted to try so we skipped dessert. Still worth a stop if you are in the area. We had just finished a tour of the London Tower. more
This is a pretty damn good spot for a lunch and a pint. My wife and I stopped in just before our tour of London Tower and we loved it.
There's lot of awesome history and information around the pub about London's historical hangings and tortures.
I had a sample plate of a few sifferent meat pies and they were really good. The pie crusts were cooked to perfect (slight crisp on the outside,... more
Nice pub feel and great location. Close but away enough from the touristy crowds. Service was spotty. Although, one of the "tips" I read here on yelp is that you go up to the bar to order your food, "incorrect!" They do provide table service. It's just that they are kinda inattentive.
They have excellent beers on tap. Nice traditional menu options for British fare. I ordered the meat pie. I... more
We enjoyed having lunch at Hung Drawn & Quartered. The English pies are the best around. We got the special which was chicken and chorizo, Steak and London pride, Chicken Tikka. All three tasted great and was worth the experience. The mashed potatoes and chips are very tasty and of course the cold beer. I enjoyed a few glass of Guinness with our meal. Finished the whole experience with sticky... more
Great location. We had two pies, chicken tikka and the steak and ale pies. Finished with a sticky toffee pudding. The pudding was great, but it would've been better with vanilla ice cream as the salted caramel they paired with it was a little too much with all the toffee sauce. more