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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. 113 Restaurant and Bar 113 Restaurant & Bar
    Tucked inside the Law Society in the heart of Chancery Lane, 113 Restaurant & Bar serves exceptional British cuisine with a taste of India. Lunch menus include expertly sourced ingredients cooked to perfection, whilst a calendar of select evening events celebrate the best of British, or Chef Ranjit Salian’s Indian heritage with his Dawat, Indian fine-dining menus. The Law Society, 113 Chancery Ln, London WC2A 1PP
  2. 1776 Restaurant 1776 Restaurant
    1 Lombard Street is the Square Mile's most established restaurant and arguably its best placed, sited in pole position next to Mansion House, the official residence of the Lord Mayor of the City of London, and directly opposite the Bank of England. 1776 is the hidden gem tucked away at the back of the Brasserie. A sophisticated space with sleek decor and decadent chandeliers, 1776 serves seasonal and classic British and European cuisine. The restaurant also boasts an extensive wine list and a daily change meat and dessert trolley. 1 Lombard St, London EC3V
  3. 1901 Restaurant 1901 Restaurant
    Set in what was once the Great Eastern Hotel’s original ballroom, this magnificent Grade two listed room provides a stunning setting to dine at any time of the day. On arrival guests can enjoy pre-dinner cocktails and Champagne in 1901’s Wine Bar, or around the main restaurant’s centrepiece ‘floating’ Cocktail Bar. Set underneath one of London’s original stained glass domes, our bartender serves from the outside of the bar so our guests can enjoy the interaction as their cocktail comes to life. As a backdrop to the restaurant, a dedicated cheese and wine cellar entices guests to taste the best of British cheeses and top wines from around the world, guided by our professional sommeliers and cheese specialists. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
  4. Amathus Drinks
    Offering a unique range of Fine Wine, Port and Champagne with an unrivalled selection of spirits and liqueurs many of which are sourced exclusively, imported directly and offered at very competitive prices! Regular in store tastings, gifting and mail order available. 17-19 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  5. Aubaine Aubaine
    A true blend of cosmopolitan style and French cuisine. Combining the elegance of a Parisian salon with the relaxed ambience of a Provençal bistro Aubaine serves both simplicity and style. Superb food, urban yet rustic interiors and personable service give Aubaine an air of relaxed sophistication and an aura of chic. Evolving from the quest to find perfect French bread in London Aubaine still holds true to its philosophy of simple luxury: “simplicité c'est beauté”. Broadgate Circle, EC2M 2QS
  6. Barbecoa Barbecoa
    Barbecoa is a celebration of traditional fire-based cooking and incredible ingredients. Founded by Jamie Oliver, it's much more than a steak restaurant. The in-house butchers handpick and prepare the very best meat in Britain, then the chefs cook beautiful modern dishes using Texas pit smokers, tandoors, fire pits, Robata grills and wood-fired ovens. As you sit at your table overlooking St Paul's Cathedral, you'll feel the heat, see the flames lick and the smoke drift upwards from our open kitchen.20 New Change Passage, London, EC4M 9AG
  7. Barbican Kitchen Barbican Kitchen
    Barbican Kitchen is a family-friendly restaurant where you can enjoy delicious handmade pizza, hot food favourites like mac and cheese, a deli-bar full of salads, wraps and baguettes or Benugo’s award-winning coffee and cakes. Parents will be delighted to know that one child can eat free in Barbican Kitchen for every adult ordering a main meal. Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
  8. beany green Beany Green
    Committed to bringing the City lunch to life - this independent Australian coffee shop serves brunch, bold healthy salads, wraps and award-winning banana bread. The baristas are serving perfectly executed flat whites from their brand new bright yellow four-group La Marzocco FB70 named Dolly. For lunch you’ll find huge healthy salads, big balls of protein and bold spinach wraps, all made in-house and changing daily. Broadgate Circle, London EC2M 2QS
  9. Bedales Wines
    A hidden wine bar and vault set beneath the cobblestone alleys of the colourful Victorian market. A regular City haunt and an ideal location for private events and wine tastings. 55 Leadenhall Market
  10. Benugo Benugo (Museum of London)
    For a delicious family lunch, visit the Benugo-run café in the entrance hall of the Museum of London. Perfectly placed to provide you with an energising coffee on your way into the exhibitions, the Museum of London café also serves light lunches and snacks. With salads, sandwiches, hot specials and soup all on the menu, the café is a family-friendly space with high chairs available. 150 London Wall, London, EC2Y 5HN
  11. Bonfire Bonfire
    The philosophy of Bonfire is simple – sit down, have fun and enjoy the food we all crave. Awesome burgers, succulent rotisserie chicken, juicy steaks and mouth-watering desserts are all part of the crime scene. Join us for a quick bite before a show or just a casual place to unwind. Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
  12. Bread Street Bread Street Kitchen
    Bread Street Kitchen is a lively and exciting restaurant and bar from the team at Gordon Ramsay and is home to a relaxed dining experience set in a large warehouse-style room which draws inspiration from the East London aesthetic that surrounds it. At the heart of the Bread Street Kitchen offering is an informal approach to dining where you can meet, eat and drink from early morning until late at night. Underpinned by great service and a menu that includes a raw bar, a wood-burning oven and dishes from the lively open kitchen, the aim is to deliver a great experience at whatever time you choose. 10 Bread Street, London, EC4M 9AJ
  13. Brokers Wine Bar & Restaurant
    Broker’s overlooks the crossroads in Leadenhall Market with excellent views over the activities below. Open for coffees and meetings in the mornings through lunch until late in the evening. A Bar Menu is available in the afternoon and we also have an evening menu. 9 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  14. Burrito Mama Burrito Mama
    Burrito Mama is an exciting, fast paced take-away and restaurant located in the heart of the city, St Pauls. At Burrito Mama we pride ourselves on exceptional customer service and carefully crafted burritos of the highest quality prepared for our customers in 90 seconds or less. The superior burrito served speedily, simple. First Floor, One New Change, London, EC4M 9AF
  15. c&b exchange square C&B Exchange Square
    It's become a City tradition for bankers and traders to meet at 'the railway carriage', just a minute away from Liverpool Street station. In winter, it's a cosy, intimate place to meet and chat. In summer, the place goes wild. This bar probably serves more Pimm's per square foot than anywhere else in the UK and bar staff that survive a summer here wear it as a badge of honour for the rest of their career. 5 Exchange Square, London EC2A 2EH
  16. Chamberlain's of London, oysters Chamberlain's
    Chamberlain’s restaurant offers unique dining experiences and events catering in the City of London. Our fish restaurant is owned by fourth generation fishmongers, we can proudly say that our fresh produce comes to you directly from boat to kitchen where award winning chef Andrew Jones creates modern and sophisticated dishes.
  17. Cheese @ Leadenhall
    A cherished spot for exceptional cheeses, legendary lunches, fine wines and ports. Stock over 200 cheeses from Britain and Europe and are specialists in tastings and tours. Renowned for their warm welcome. 4-5 Leadenhall Market
  18. Chez Mal Chez Mal
    Chez Mal is a fresh mix of traditional steakhouse and classic French brasserie, with bold flavours and a fun, upbeat atmosphere. The interiors combine urban style with a dash of Las Vegas, featuring exposed brick walls, dark wooden tables and floors, and plush leather seating. Nestled between Smithfield Market, and Barbican, Chez Mal is situated in a prime location on Charterhouse Square - the latest addition to the area's thriving dining scene. Seasonal menus are available in addition to our a la carte brasserie menu. Malmaison London 18-21 Charterhouse Sq, London, EC1M 6AH
  19. Gin Distillery City of London Distillery
    The City of London Distillery - COLD for short - opened in 2012 bringing gin distilling back to the City of London after an absence of nearly 200 years. With a speakeasy-style retro cocktail bar over-looking the striking copper stills, COLD welcomes visitors to enjoy a cocktail or share in one of the gin experiences: tours, classes, gin flights etc. 22-24 Bride Lane, just off Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 8DT UK (at the foot of the steps to St Bride’s Church)
  20. Eastway Brasserie Eastway Brasserie
    An East End brasserie in the heart of London’s business district, Eastway is the answer for those looking for a relaxed yet vibrant dining experience. Serving made to order breakfasts with freshly squeezed juices to start the morning and a selection of classic favourites throughout the day. Eastway’s Communal Table provides a great setting to meet new people over drinks, and enjoy tapas and specialty cocktails in the company of old friends. Or sit back, relax and enjoy the buzz of the city when dining al fresco on the Liverpool Street terrace. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
  21. 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
  22. 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
  23. 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
  24. 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
  25. jamaica wine house Jamaica Wine House
    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
  26. 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
  27. 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.
  28. La Tasca
    Offering a superb Spanish dining experience which is ideal for entertaining clients or a more casual lunch or dinner with friends or colleagues. 27 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  29. 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
  30. 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
  31. madison Madison
    There are bars with a view and then there is Madison. Overlooking St Paul’s, Madison brings bundles of style, fun and a slice of modern Manhattan to London, all complemented by the views of the City skyline. Perched on the penthouse spot of One New Change, Madison comprises of a glamorous bar, restaurant, cocktail bar and rooftop terraces that are Mediterranean style suntraps making Madison one of London’s most sought after social settings. Rooftop Terrace, 1 New Change, St Paul's London, EC4M 9AF
  32. Mal Lounge Mal Bar
    Drink in the oasis of chic and comfortable calm that is the beautifully modern Mal Bar. With a relaxed and open environment and deluxe apartment-feel furniture, the Lounge is the perfect place for an informal lunch, a tasty catch-up with friends or a power breakfast with colleagues. Malmaison London, 18-21 Charterhouse Sq, London, EC1M 6AH
  33. Miyako (Japanese restaurant) Miyako
    A smart and uncomplicated Liverpool Street restaurant provides an authentic Japanese dining experience. Guests can treat themselves to a traditional menu of sushi, sashimi, teriyaki and sake in a perfect contemporary designed sushi restaurant in London. Alternatively, Miyako offers a Japanese takeaway and delivery service. If you are a sushi enthusiast, health conscious or just after a quick bite to eat in East London, then step into Miyako. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
  34. New Armouries New Armouries Restaurant (Tower of London)
    With freshly made salads, sandwiches, soups and hot meals, embark on a foodie tour of London. Find hearty dishes at the Smithfeild market counter, salads and breads at the Covent Garden counter and fish and chips at Billingsgate. Tower of London, EC3N 4AB
  35. Old Tom's Bar
    In the heart of Leadenhall Market lies a secret. Topple down the stairs and into Old Tom’s Bar and you’ll discover it preserved through décor from ages gone by. Old Tom’s specialises in a unique collection of British meats, cheeses and craft beers. Free wifi.
  36. Osteria Osteria
    Osteria, a restaurant created by Searcys in collaboration with Anthony Demetre. Led by Head Chef Patrick Leano, formerly of Michelin starred Arbutus in Soho, the menus change regularly with a focus on Italian regional produce and seasonality. A neon sign above the bar says “Amore Bibo”, Latin for “I drink with Love”. Barbican Centre, Silk St, London EC2Y 8DS
  37. Osteria del Mercato
    Osteria del mercato is an Italian restaurant located in the heart of the City of London where you can relax and enjoy the authentic taste of the Italian culinary traditions. Osteria del mercato is the perfect spot for personal and business entertaining at lunch and at supper. 13-15 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  38. Pitcher and Piano Cornhill Pitcher and Piano Cornhill
    Nestled in the heart of 18 vibrant towns and cities, you will find a Pitcher & Piano. Pitcher & Piano London Cornhill site definitely doesn't disappoint. Recently refurbished, this Grade II listed building, located just two minutes from Bank Station, is an ideal stop for breakfast and lunch meetings, after work drinks, or large corporate events.
  39. Catch Bar & Lounge Rake's Cafe Bar
    Rake’s is a café by day and bar by night, a place to escape the city located next to Liverpool Street station. Made up of three distinct areas: The Front Room – home to varying DJs from Thursday to Saturday nights; The Parlour – a lounge area complete with sofas, a place to relax and escape the city and No.3 – a secret room, perfect for private parties. Andaz London Liverpool Street, 40 Liverpool Street London, EC2M 7QN
  40. Ravens Kiosk Raven's Kiosk (Tower of London)
    Whether you want to snack on the go or take a perch in the seating area, enjoy sanwiches, hot croissants, toasties, cakes and award-winning ice creams at this modern kiosk. Tower of London, EC3N 4AB
  41. the botanist The Botanist
    Set over two floors, The Botanist boasts a bar, restaurant and club, as well as a spacious outdoor terrace providing al fresco dining. The elegant restaurant offers a classic British and European menu, serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, weekend brunch and superb Sunday roasts. A wide selection of fine wines and beers sit alongside The Botanist’s refined selection of seasonal cocktails that are a speciality. Steps from Liverpool Street station, it's sure to become a weekday favourite and a definitive destination for weekends, taking you through into the early hours in the downstairs club, Soda Room. Sister restaurant to The Botanist on Sloane Square, The Botanist Broadgate is sure to impress local workers and visitors alike. Broadgate Circle, London, EC2M 2QS
  42. The Brasserie The Brasserie 1 Lombard Street
    The Brasserie at 1 Lombard Street is the Square Mile's most established restaurant and arguably its best placed, sited in pole position next to Mansion House. Casually elegant, warm and inviting, it features the building's stunning glass copula - a centre piece Dome designed by Italian architect Pietro Agostini which houses The Dome Bar. The food here is comforting and classic. Chef's Specials Menu changes each day to reflect the fresh produce of that season . There's also a formidable choice of steaks and many delicious desserts. 1 Lombard St, London EC3V
  43. The Lamb Tavern
    A majestic venue over three floors including our first floor dining room, looking out over the famous market. The Lamb Tavern also provides a unique venue to hold weddings, events and celebrations. Free WiFi. 10-12 Leadenhall Market, EC3V 1LR
  44. The Trading house The Trading House
    Frontier importers and exporters of particular and peculiar eccentricities, curiosities and antiquities. Offering selection of spiced-twist cocktails, and traditionally British G&T list, Champagne, wine, and a vast worldwide selection of craft beers, ales and ciders. Food is inspired by the deli, rotisserie and BBQ. With live music every night, sublime social times are guaranteed.
  45. the white horse The White Horse
    White Horse is a country pub nestled snugly in the heart of Broadgate, the perfect place to linger over a delicious breakfast, take a well-earned lunch away from your desk or set the world to rights once the day is done. The décor is homely yet chic with fresh British pub food with a carefully chosen selection of drinks. The menu showcases fresh and innovative variations on classic pub favourites. Breakfast is served from 7.30am with toasted crumpets and butter, fresh fruit and vanilla Greek yoghurt or enjoy a Full City Breakfast! 2 Exchange Square, Broadgate, London, EC2M 2QT
  46. Vivat Bacchus Vivat Bacchus
    Vivat Bacchus Farringdon is a celebration of rustic, robust food, artisan cheeses and great wines. South African in origin, Vivat Bacchus is known for its famous 'Cheese Room experience', our vast range and quality of wines and our rare breed meats. The decor, slightly industrial with open ceilings, exposed pipes and ducts creates the feeling of being in a working winery and an unpretentious, no nonsense atmosphere.
  47. We grill
    Deliciously grilled skewers, market fresh and nutritious sides, all natural seasonal daily soups and superfood salads. Our skewers only use the finest cuts and are marinated for over 24 hours to ensure maximum taste. The healthiest and most delicious lunch in the area for under £10! 29-30 Leadenhall Market, London EC3V 1LR
  48. Yauatcha Yauatcha City
    Yauatcha City is the latest restaurant by Hakkasan Group, leader in global hospitality, dining, nightlife and entertainment, and the second Yauatcha in London following the success of its Michelin-starred restaurant in Soho. Embodying the Chinese dim sum teahouse concept, Yauatcha City is ideal for a light lunch, larger feasts with wok dishes or social drinks with friends or colleagues. Choose from two bars, two spacious outside terraces and a large main dining area. Broadgate Circle, EC2M 2QS
  49. Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese
    Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese has a real olde world feel to it, having survived through the reign of 15 monarchs. It consists of a great number of bars and dining rooms reached by a labyrinth of passages and staircases. It is decked out with a dark wooden interior. Bar food is served as well as beers, traditional ales, wines and spirits, and there is also a restaurant. They can cater for private parties of up to 120 people.145 Fleet Street, London, EC4A 2BU
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