Simpsons Tavern

About Simpsons Tavern

Simpsons Tavern is one of three inns located amongst the charming alleyways at the centre of the City financial district, near the enchanting Tower Bridge. Built way back in 1757, the tavern retains much of its olde worlde charm, especially in its thoroughly British menu featuring potted shrimps in butter to start, followed by oxtail stew, steak and kidney pie and, most vital of all, some good old-school spotted dick and custard. Naturally, it is almost always filled with City workers during the week fuelling their stomachs and mind for another round of money-making.

Sample a la carte


- Roasted field mushroom served vegetables & stilton sauce £3.75
- Chicken liver pate with toast £3.95
- Smoked mackerel on a bed of salad £3.95
- Slow cooked pork belly with crackling, English mustard dressing £4.50

Other starters are available

Main Course

- Traditional Edwardian pork chop £8.50
- Mixed grill, chump chop or steak, sausage, egg, kidney, bacon & tomato £12.75
- Pan-fried scotch salmon £6.75
- Fresh roast of the day £7.50
- Home-made steak & kidney pie £7.95
- English goats cheese with leeks, tarragon, roasted pear in filo pastry £6.95

Other main courses are available


- Desserts are available from the desserts trolley

Additional Information


Ballcourt, 38 1/2 Cornhill, EC3V 9DR

Nearest tube:

Service Charge Not Included
Minimum Charge for Main Course £5.50

Average Price:

£24 and under

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 12 - 3pm. Private hire is available in the evenings

Dress Code: