From a monastery, to a Tudor mansion, to the charitable foundation that's operated here since 1611, Charterhouse has played a discreet...
St John’s Gate
This remarkable Tudor gate dates to 1504. During the 12th century, the Knights Hospitaller (a Christian and military order with a focus...
Dating to 1123 and adjoining one of London's oldest hospitals, St Bartholomew-the-Great is one of London's most ancient churches. The...
Simple yet elegant oak decor, an astonishingly comprehensive wine list and amiable service make this a popular choice with suited City...
Occupying a sunny spot on semi-pedestrianised Cowcross St, this sweet little place serves rustic Venetian-style meatballs, pizzette, ...
26 St John St · interesting places nearby
St John information
Whitewashed brick walls, high ceilings and simple wooden furniture keep diners free to concentrate on St John's famous nose-to-tail dishes. Serves are big, hearty and a celebration of England's culinary past. Don’t miss the signature roast bone marrow and parsley salad (£8.90).