St John's Priory Church
Clerkenwell has plenty of secrets and two of them are hidden in plain sight on St John's Sq: one of London's oldest churches and one of...
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...
Marx Memorial Library
Built in 1738 to house a Welsh charity school, this unassuming building is an interesting reminder of Clerkenwell's radical history. In...
Zetter Townhouse Cocktail Lounge
Tucked away behind an unassuming door on St John's Sq, this ground-floor bar is quirkily decorated with plush armchairs, stuffed animal...
Whitewashed brick walls, high ceilings and simple wooden furniture keep diners free to concentrate on St John's famous nose-to-tail...
47-48 St John's Sq · interesting places nearby
Modern Pantry information
This three-floor Georgian town house in the heart of Clerkenwell has a cracking all-day menu that gives almost as much pleasure to read as to eat from. Ingredients are combined sublimely into unusual dishes such as miso-marinated onglet steak or panko-crusted turkey escalope. The breakfasts are great, too, though portions can be on the small side.