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30 January 2012

Eat at Simpson's Tavern

Founded by Thomas Simpson in 1757, on the present site on Ball Court off Cheapside given to him by his father, Simpson's Tavern is an old fashioned English chophouse, and a bit of a City institution.


We are told that the buildings were originally two houses, knocked together to form the present building which has nevertheless stood largely unchanged for more than two and a half centuries, and continues to offer reasonably priced traditional English fare each weekday lunchtime - and at breakfast from Tuesday to Friday - to an audience largely made up of those who work in the area.

For more, see http://www.simpsonstavern.co.uk/

1 comment:

  1. Great to see someone else blogging about this much undervalued London landmark. Simpson's always provides a great lunch out.

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