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City Pipe, St. Pauls


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Recommended RestaurantReview City Pipe
31-33 Foster Lane, Off Cheapside
London
EC2V 6HD


Phone: 02076062110   Fax: 02076062110

Nearest TubestationSt. Pauls (only 80m away)
In a new contemporary setting, the City Pipe is the latest place to enjoy Davy's traditional 'Wine and Wallop'. Offering high standards of table and bar service, the City Pipe is renowned as an ideal party venue - a reputation that continues today with several private areas, including the elegant Club Room, available for meetings, lunches and dinners by arrangement. A full range of hot and cold food is available from the bar, with a full dinner menu offered in the restaurant, with the Rib Eye Steak a firm favourite with regular patrons. Whether you're enjoying a lively gathering or a quiet drink, the wine bar's cellar is where you will find some excellent fine wines, or why not try Davy's own label quality house wines from the extensive list. Vintage Ports are also decanted daily and available by the bottle and glass.

Average Price

Main Course £14
Three Course Meal £35

Open hours

Open from 10:00 to 21:00 on Monday, 10:00 to 22:00 on Tuesday, and 11:00 to 23:00 Wednesday to Friday.

Open on Christmas Day

Payment

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Photograph of City Pipe

email martinm@davy.co.uk

website www.davy.co.uk

Facilities

Guide Dogs welcome Special Occasions Xmas Menu

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