More about Abbey
Hidden behind an unassuming front, Abbey bar and restaurant houses a labyrinth of contemporary dining rooms. Set within the heart of Aldgate, Abbey offers a range of British comfort classics, along with freshly-muddled cocktails and cherry-picked beers and wines.
Rich and smooth potted duck served with a dollop of apple chutney and toasted ciabatta leads the light bites on the Abbey menu, alongside a warm and gooey baked boxed camembert coupled with cranberry jam and a crusty baguette. From the grill, a 28-day, dry-aged rib eye steak is paired with chunky chips and a green peppercorn sauce, while trusty sandwiches include fish finger and roast chicken fillings.
Suitably mismatched furnishing packs the cosmopolitan space, while bold artwork and block colours pepper the ultra-modern dining rooms. A circular snug room caters for more intimate dinners, while a garden-inspired room delivers a dose of fresh, al fresco-style dining.
Just a 7-minute walk away from the famous Tower of London, Abbey bar and restaurant in London is a 3-minute walk to Aldgate Tube Station.