As the winner of the British restaurant of the year category of the Moet & Chandon London Restaurant awards, St John embodies the best of British ... More
As the winner of the British restaurant of the year category of the Moet & Chandon London Restaurant awards, St John embodies the best of British cooking and the food is consistently outstanding. The simple decor of this ex-smokehouse is perfect for the unabashed enjoyment of straightforward English food with massive quantities of meat. Free of the fetters of modern, squeamish sensibilities we can enjoy such delights as pressed pig's tongue and braised kid, or pig's spleen and bacon. There are fish, poultry and vegetarian dishes as well, including delicious red mullet and fennel, and plain grilled sole. The best of British indeed.
First built in 694 but destroyed by the Great Fire in 1666, the beautiful building that stands today was designed
by Sir Christopher Wren and completed in 1710. St. Paul's has been host to many important occasions including the ...
St John's College was founded in 1511 from the estate of Lady Margaret Beaufort, mother of King Henry VII. The
exterior of the gatehouse on St John's Street is beautifully carved and painted. The artist had fun with the ...
One of London's noteworthy Anglican churches, St Martin in the Fields is the parish to Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing
Street. Redesigned by James Gibbs in 1726, its Georgian architecture has been an inspiration the world over. The intricate ...