More about Bonds
Seamlessly blending London tradition with City chic, Bonds
sits only a few hundred yards from the Bank of England and Royal Exchange. Modern British cuisine is served alongside an intimate bar, with elegant afternoon tea proving a popular draw.
The Bonds menu skilfully caters for any time of day, with the breakfast selection winning widespread acclaim in London. There are traditional English and New York varieties, offering hearty classics like bacon and waffles, as well as special fruit and ‘energy’ combinations for a healthy start to the day. Gourmet British recipes encompass fresh seafood like hand-dived scallops in parsley cream, and venison with bold beetroot marmalade.
Afternoon tea at Bonds London is served under the stunning atrium, built in 1856 and featuring 120 hand-painted panels. The in-house restaurant pastry chef prepares a range of sweet treats, while a tapas menu is perfect for small groups to share.
Versatile inner city dining is a speciality at Bonds, with Bank Tube Station 3 minutes’ walk away.