More about Lamb & Flag
Dating back to the 18th century, Lamb & Flag presents traditional pub cooking, alongside seasonal guest and cask ales and beer in a wonderfully restored historic setting. Widely believed to be Charles Dickens’ favourite watering hole, the dining area oozes rustic elegance with chesterfield sofas, photographs and a roaring log fire.
The Lamb and Flag menu showcases fresh, seasonal ingredients in dishes such as seared salmon, honey and mustard glazed ham and pie of the day. Choose from a range of starters, side dishes and sandwiches with fillings like rump steak, slow roast tomatoes and chicken and bacon club.
Sunday roasts are popular and served with fresh seasonal vegetables and hot Yorkshire puddings. The Lamb and Flag in Covent Garden also stages jazz nights and live music events right through the year.
In the heart of London’s West End, the Lamb & Flag Fullers pub is a 6-minute walk from The Royal Opera House and St. Martin’s and Cambridge theatres.