Find yourself dining in the company of some of history’s greatest figures, from Admiral Lord Nelson and Duke of Wellington at St Paul’s Cathedral’s new restaurant. Conceived by Harbour & Jones, The Restaurant at St Paul’s serves the very best of traditional British food with a sophisticated twist.
Open for lunch and quintessentially English afternoon teas, the menus have been orchestrated by the talented head chef Candice Webber working alongside the Harbour & Jones team. Embracing a shared ideal to provide up-to-date British food created from carefully considered ingredients, there is a strong emphasis on provenance and seasonality throughout.
Venue Details & Map
The Restaurant at St Paul's
St Paul's Cathedral
St Pauls ChurchyardLondonEC4M 8AD
- +44 (0)20 7248 2469
Top 5 reviews of The Restaurant at St Paul's
After working up an appite wondering around St. Paul's Cathedral, or even just wandering around London the tea at The Restaurant at St Paul's is the perfect cure for any hunger pains you may have.
The sandwiches, scones and cakes may look innocent enough but when done you may need help moving! The crustless sandwiches were fresh, and as mentioned before the scones are the fluffiest scones... more
Slightly disappointing overall since:
- Food here was just okay.
- Service wasn't too friendly.
- Restaurant was much smaller than I expected (the cathedral is so large!) Still cool eating underneath the cathedral, though.
- Fresh Bread / Butter: boo - found a piece of tin foil in the butter!!!)
- 1st: Pigeon salad
- 2nd: Roasted pollock
- Runner beans
All a bit too oily for my... more
Went here for the cream tea on my birthday weekend trip in London. Made reservation for myself online in advance and they were ready for me. There is a separate entrance for the restaurant, so you don't need to pay to go into the cathedral, but can still access the gift shop. A nice atmosphere for a pot of tea, scones and the cream and jam. They offer a sandwich tea and champagne tea too, but... more
Now I know I've only lived in the UK for 2.5 years, but until I went to The Restaurant at St Paul's I didn't know you could have afternoon tea without Victoria Sponge cake. Having been unable to find a table for tea at a more desirable location on Easter weekend, I surmised that the 3/5 star rating Time Out gave this place for tea was fine, and I would expect no frills but still leave with a... more
What could be more British than spending a rainy London afternoon visiting St Pauls then taking tea in the crypt alongside Nelson and Wellington? Of course, I had to assert my non-Englishness by ordering a coffee (which lived up to my fussy coffee standards: smooth, flavoursome, not burnt), but I regretted it when the silver teapots, strainers and milk jugs arrived... the only problem with the... more