De Hems has a long history dating back to 1891, once an Oyster House Owned by Gustave De Hem and meeting place for the Dutch resistance and also a popular bar for the music and comedy industry. De Hems now acts as the only real meeting place for the Dutch in London serving over 100 Dutch and Belgian craft beers along with some of the very best UK craft beers available on 20 taps. De Hems was also recently voted one of the top five places to watch sport by the evening standard.
|Average main course||£12.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
11 Macclesfield StreetLondonW1D 5BW
- +44 (0)20 7437 2494
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of De Hems
Came here to watch a football game. The atmosphere was very lively and chill. The bitterballen here was delicious! Would recommend going more
Met with some friends for a few drinks and was pleasantly surprised. In a central spot in Soho but not too busy at all. As to be expected, great selection of Belgian beers so my husband was in heaven. The menu gave me instant stomach ache so skipped the food and just downed a few pints.
Lovely pub and I hope to visit it again :) more
A fantastic authentic Dutch pub located in the theatre district of London.
Wonderful atmosphere, great beers and food.
I had the classic fish and chips. My fiend had the sausage in a garlic mash.
Cool crowd and vibe. more
Decent pub in Chinatown, serving Dutch beers. Can get very crowded from time to time but given it's situation that's hardly surprising. You can drink outside in a smallish roped off area. more
Great pub near Chinatown and Soho. They have an amazing range of unique Dutch beers and food. I especially enjoyed their sourcing of fruit beers- namely the passion fruit and Mango which were my favourites. Ample seating inside and good service. A solid pub to enjoy on a day out. more