The Eagle is one of the first pubs to introduce a modern and creative menu which changes every day, and transforms into a high-end eatery. There are separate chefs in the lunch times and in the evenings and the service is very efficient. Latin and Reggae songs are played as background music. Seating on the pavement area is provided.
Venue Details & Map
159 Farringdon RoadLondonEC1R 3AL
- +44 (0)20 7837 1353
- Public transport:
- Barbican, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Eagle
This is a gastro-pub. Do not come here if you want a typical restaurant. The Eagle is first come, first to get a table, a couch, a chair, a stool, etc. arrive between 7 and 830 and you'll be hard pressed to find a spot to sit.
The food is incredible. The menu changes - large chalk boards over the open kitchen - as you sit in the pub.
Tonight I had the steak sandwich. Super peppery... more
This place is worth frequenting. My friend had the steak sandwich - which was bigger than her head and SO good. I had the gnocchi with beetroot and goat cheese, it was good - though if I went again, I would order something different. The good thing is, I probably would have to since The White Lion doesn't publish a menu, they have a chalkboard with the meals available. I would definitely go... more
The guy I split an uber with on my way there recommended the steak sandwich (thank you!), IT WAS SO GOOD! more
A GEM. Really. This place is a bit far from the action but it makes it more entertaining once you discover it. Sitting at a corner of a busy street, this pub-restaurant looks cosy without overdoing it. Actually it looked a little off to me first time I stepped inside. Lights were not too bright and it gave a grayish look with the rain outside. It was like stepping in a place you read about in... more
Was suggested to come here for work lunch as they are known to have great food (and borderline poor service), not far from the truth! We were a group of 10, didn't have a booking but could see some free tables that weren't already reserved so a few of us saved them while the others made their way. The older gentleman working was very rude about us doing that, the place wasn't even packed and... more