A visit to this covered mall off Gracechurch St is a step back in time. There’s been a market on this site since the Roman era, but the...
More commonly known as the Cheese Grater.
Lloyd’s of London
While the world’s leading insurance brokers are inside underwriting everything from astronauts’ lives to Mariah Carey's legs and Tom...
Jamaica Wine House
Not a wine bar at all, but a historic Victorian pub, the 'Jam Pot' stands on the site of what was London's first coffee house (1652),...
Royal Exchange Grand Café & Bar
This lovely cafe-restaurant sits in the middle of the covered courtyard of the beautiful Royal Exchange building and is a good place to...
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Counting House information
With its counters and basement vaults, this award-winning pub certainly looks and feels comfortable in the former headquarters of NatWest Bank (1893) with its domed skylight and beautifully appointed main bar. This is a favourite of City boys and girls, who come for the good range of real ales and the speciality pies (from £11.25).