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 surprisingly out-of-place Tudor gate is no Victorian folly but the real deal. During the 12th century, the Knights Hospitaller (a...
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).