Established in 1757, the Simpson's Tavern is an institution located on Ball Court, Cornhill in the City of London. A firm favourite among locals, the restaurant serves great British dishes cooked to perfection as well as fantastic drinks. The venue further features two bars ideal for a drink and a light snack.
Based on traditional British recipes, the meals offered at Simpson's Tavern are hearty and prepared with high quality seasonal ingredients. With three to four daily specials, the restaurant ensures variety from the à la carte menu which includes dishes such as roasted field mushrooms served with vegetables and stilton sauce, home-made steak and kidney pie and oven-baked Scotch salmon. The restaurant is also famous for its nice desserts including a selection of homemade puddings and stewed cheese. All dishes come in generous portions and are offered at a reasonable price.
No wonder then really that the tavern is always fully packed with guests enjoying meals at lunch time. They usually accompany their dishes with one of the vintage wines, draught and bottled beers, soft drinks and ports. Simpson's Tavern still mediates its 18th century charm attracting people from all over the world. All of this plus a great waiting staff makes the restaurant to one of the must-visit venues in London.
Opening times: Monday - Friday 12:00 - 15:30
Ball Court, 38½ Cornhill, Liverpool-Street, EC3V 9DRView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
Best For Whom
- All Ages
- Mature Travellers
Best For What
- Off The Beaten Path
- The Local Experience