1 Lombard Street is the Square Mile's most established restaurant, sited in pole position next to Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, and directly opposite the Bank of England. Housed in a former Grade II-listed bank, it was opened in 1998 by former banker Soren Jessen and comprises of the 1776 Restaurant, Bar, Brasserie, Private Dining and Events rooms.
|Average main course||£20.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£45.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
1 Lombard Street Restaurant
1 Lombard StreetLondonEC3V 9AA
- +44 (0)20 7929 6611
Top 5 reviews of 1 Lombard Street Restaurant
I like the ambience and decorations of the restaurant, all very classy, antique and presentable - a typical style that you can find in Bank.
The staff greeted me at the entrance and it wasn't long until I was served. We originally booked for three but only two of us were there but they didn't ask us to change table because the restaurant wasn't full anyway.
Food wise, ordered the set menu... more
I went to a private event in the back room and everything was wonderful. The restaurant was beautiful and had a lively buzz about it. Beautiful people toasted glasses of rose champagne at the bar. The waiters were very professional and discreetly made sure your wine was topped off and remembered that I was drinking the French red rather than the Italian red even though there were lots of... more
I'm a little mixed on this place. I chose it because I was responsible for booking a "lunch meeting" in central London and one of my colleagues needed it to start by 11 am. I discovered quickly that 11 am in London is a dead zone when it comes to finding places appropriate for a sit-down lunch meeting (most places that serve breakfast end at 10:30 am and remain closed until 12 noon on the dot... more
1 Lombard Street is a great spot in the City of central London for subdued after-work drinks on a Thursday night. Went there with a colleague to catch up. We sat at the bar. I loved that the ceilings are high with large skylights in a stylish rotunda letting in a ton of mid-June sunlight. This is a very bright spot in the long days of June. A real, uplifting bright spot on a sunny night... more
We went for a small dinner - which ended up cost £40 in total. First caution: it is very over-priced for what they serve, as solid as they may be.
I had the fried squid as a starter, then the Thai beef salad as my main. Both dishes were good - the squid was fresh with the accompanying mayo very unique and flavourful, whilst the Thai beef salad was also well cooked. Having said that, once... more