More about The Old Bank of England
Housed within a former law court, The Old Bank of England offers traditional British dishes and an excellent selection of pies in an opulent setting. The dining area exudes an elegant feel with grand chandeliers, high ceilings and original fixtures. The courtyard is an ideal to enjoy a drink on a summer evening.
A member of the celebrated Fuller’s Ale & Pie fleet, The Old Bank of England menu offers homemade British classics. Filled with premium seasonal ingredients, signature pies include smoked fish and leek with creamy cheddar mash, or sausage, apple & onion. As well as freshly cut sandwiches loaded with delectable fillings, a menu of pub favourites showcases classic recipes.
From the bar, a range of smooth and silky ales is headed by the legendary London Pride, with guest brews also offered on draught. Rich coffees and classic dessert recipes offer a taste of indulgence at The Old Bank of England London.
Presenting a stylish yet welcoming ambience, The Old Bank of England on Fleet Street is just a 6-minute walk from The London School of Economics and Temple Tube Station.