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Paternoster Chop House

About Paternoster Chop House

With Paternoster Chop House, the D&D group proudly display their love of all things British. Situated in Paternoster Square, directly behind St Paul's, the interior is modern and unpretentious, with simple white walls and grey slate flooring. The sweeping bar is partly made of native oak, while the red and brown seating is upholstered in local leather. Head Chef Peter Weeden provides an ever-changing seasonal menu that includes dishes like John Dory with saffron buttered sea kale; Galloway beef cottage pie; and Ayreshire veal and white wine stew. Their Sunday roasts are very popular, with all meat bought on the bone and butchered in-house to offer a wide range of cuts and cooking styles. With brownies, bakewell tarts and sticky toffee pudding on offer; make sure you leave room for pudding!



Sample a la carte

Starter

- Pressed pork, quince chutney
- Potted brown shrimps, mace & lemon butter
- Scotch broth, Madeira
- Brundish onion tart, roots

Other starters are available.

Main Course

- Vegetarian tripe, poached egg
- Jig caught pollack, cockles
- Boar sausage, mash & onion gravy
- Blackface heather fed lamb, haggis
- Galloway beef cottage pie
- Falmouth Bay scallops, Alexander butter

Other starters are available.

Dessert

- Bakewell tart
- Sticky toffee pudding, caramel sauce
- Spiced citrus cheesecake
- Mulled wine poached pear

Other desserts are available.



Additional Information


Address:

Warwick Court, Paternoster Square, EC4M 7DX

Nearest tube:

St Pauls

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 12pm - 3pm & 5:30pm - 11pm

Dress Code:

Smart Casual



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