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Jamaica House Inn

The Jamaica Wine House was originally London's first coffee house which opened in 1652 and was visited by Samuel Pepys. Known affectionately as "the Jampot", the pub is open from Monday to Friday.  

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  1. Gatti's Gatti's
    Gatti's have been serving traditional Italian food and fine wine for over 15 years. Chef Domingo Morais and his staff prepare and cook all dishes to order using only the freshest ingredients. Their seasonal menu ensures you will experience a new and exciting taste of traditional Italian cooking every time you dine, while their attentive staff can guide you through the extensive wine list. Broadgate, London, EC2M 2PA
  2. Gino D'Acampo My Pasta Bar ­Pronto!
    Authentic Italian eatery in the heart of Leadenhall Market. Enjoy a fantastico Neapolitan coffee for just £1 - and a panino or just-baked pastry from our breakfast range. Lunch brings you a selection of freshly made pastas, salads, rustic sandwiches and desserts. 61 Leadenhall Market, London EC3V 1LT
  3. Hop HOP Vietnamese
    HOP Vietnamese serve fast, fresh and fearless food from breakfast to late lunch. Early-risers can re-fuel with savoury congee (Viet ‘porridge’), crispy, deep-filled banh mi baguettes and pastries with a supercharged traditional Viet drip coffee. Or, opt for an espresso-based coffee made with HOP's exclusive bean blend. Throughout the day from 11am, pre or post-workout snack pots, macro-hitting protein salads and an array of delicious and aromatic, light but satisfying soups, noodles and hearty hot boxes are available to eat in or grab and go. There's also nine types of summer roll and five lunch Banh Mi fillings to choose from. Broadgate, London, EC2M 2PA
  4. India India India India
    With years of experience in Indian food, we pride ourselves in tantalising your taste buds at affordable prices with our delicious Indian cuisine made from sourcing only the very best fresh local seasonal produce. Whether you’re up for lunch, or fancy a feast for dinner, we have something for everyone. Crane Court, off Fetter Lane EC4A 2EJ
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    Tucked away in St Michael’s Alley, part of a labyrinth of charming medieval courts and alleys off Cornhill and Lombard Street, the Jamaica Wine House was originally London’s first coffee house, which opened in 1652 and counted Samuel Pepys among its earliest patrons. Open from Monday to Friday, the pub, known locally as “the Jampot”, is the perfect venue for City workers and visitors to meet, relax and soak up the atmosphere and history of the Square Mile. St Michaels Alley, Cornhill, London EC3V 9DS
  6. Jamies Jamies Wine Bar
    Jamies is a well established wine bar in the City of London. With a contemporary bar and casual dining experience, Jamies combines an extensive wine list with an unfussy and mainly British menu. Their comprehensive wine menu features an amazing selection from all over the world, together with beers, champagne, spirits and cocktails. Whether you fancy a quiet lunch with business colleagues, a more lively evening or a few drinks after work, you can be sure that a friendly welcome and an experienced and knowledgeable team await you. 155 Bishopsgate, Broadgate, London, EC2A 2AA
  7. Kitty Hawk Fire Pit Kitty Hawk
    Step out of city life and into the Kitty Hawk; an all-day bar and restaurant space designed for laidback drinks and dining. The easy-going atmosphere and flexible layouts make it an ideal location for events in the City. From intimate drinks parties to big events.
  8. La Tasca
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  9. George (Pub) Lady Abercorn's Pub & Kitchen
    A destination for the curious, Lady Abercorn's takes its name from an iconic sassy, strong and caring landlady from the neighbourhood, with delights and discoveries to be made by those who know how to ask. Influences from her travels around the globe can be found in the décor and on the menu. Celebrating the local area, Lady Abercorn’s serves beer from local breweries and even brews its own, the Lady A, a light IPA. Available both in a bottle and on tap, it is the ideal tipple to be enjoyed with revisited pub food. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
  10. Cafe du Marche Le Café du Marché
    Tucked down the end of a cobbled mews in a beautiful warehouse, Le Café du Marché transports you back to France with its rustic and atmospheric interior: bare brick walls, starched white tablecloths, candles, original wooden floors and armchair inspired ‘bonhomie’. Complete with live jazz music in the evenings and classic French cooking, Le Café is an independent restaurant, founded in 1986 and run by the same team that was there in the very early days. The seasonal menu changes every six weeks, with daily changing specials and house specialities La Côte de Boeuf and pastis infused La Soupe de Poisson. 22 Charterhouse Mews, London, EC1M6DX
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