This landmark venue - well known and respected locally, has a definite generational style that is full of character. From the classic and striking original Victorian exterior, to an inside filled with oak panels, genuine wooden floors and leaded bay windows that can only be described as something straight out of “A Christmas Carol”.
Whether you are looking for a regular haunt to spend your hours, a quick after-work pit-stop, or you are an out-of-town visitor wanting to soak up a bit of authentic London history, the Cheshire Cheese is the perfect, must-visit venue.
A charming iconic
Popular with residents and businesses who are looking for local hospitality with a quality choice of drinks, fine dining, and superb entertainment.
The Cheshire Cheese has long been a part of the ever-changing London scene. Nestled between the Strand and the River Thames, it has stood tall and proud in the heart of one of the most important, and oldest districts of the city for over 200 years.
Starting life as a real ale public house, in 1810, it was frequented by wordsmiths and seafarers putting out on their year-long voyages to the new world justices of the realm and many others. Just like the London itself, this important piece of London’s heritage has survived everything thrown at it, evolving with every new generation.