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Fleet Street Restaurants

Chambers Restaurant and BarChambers Restaurant and Bar
76 reviews
Modern European | Fleet Street, City of London

Very very good food, we liked it😊 We Will come back More

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El Vino at Fleet StreetEl Vino at Fleet Street
21 reviews
Tapas / Small Plates | Fleet Street, City of London

Very good tapas - quite a limited selection of dishes, but very tasty and reasonably priced. Excellent wine and again reasonably priced. Great atmosphere and lovely antique decor. More

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Humble Grape - Fleet StreetHumble Grape - Fleet Street
11 reviews
Wine Bar | Fleet Street, City of London

Great service, fab food. Couldn’t be happier Also accommodating when you need to be quick (hour lunch break)! More

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The White SwanThe White Swan
1214 reviews
Contemporary British | Fleet Street, City of London

A great meal. Met a friend for lunch. Terrine, Short rib steak (extremely good/recommended). Very reasonable french red. Pint downstairs. More

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The Punch TavernThe Punch Tavern
9 reviews
British | Fleet Street, City of London

A really busy pub with grub that has great service and range of drinks plus a varied menu. Always worth booking a table because it is very popular and especially lively in the evenings, the waiting staff are commendably attentive. Best on the menu is pie, or fish, or steak and chips with everything and great side orders. More

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Clifford's RestaurantClifford's Restaurant
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Contemporary British | Fleet Street, City of London

Clifford’s is a basement restaurant on the site of what was Clifford’s Inn – built in the twelfth century and demolished in 1934. We serve Modern Classics, simple and with little intervention to beautiful meat, fish and vegetables sourced as much as possible from the British isles.More