Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese

  4.5 – 4 reviews  ££ • Pub

Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese C4A 2BP

Whatever the occasion Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese is the perfect venue for you to celebrate. We have a number of beautifully preserved historic function rooms, which will cater differing sizes of groups. Get in touch with us, we’d love to help plan your party! All beers are brewed by Samuel Smith’s at the Old Brewery in Tadcaster, Yorkshire which was founded in 1758. Cask Old Brewery Bitter is served from oak casks in the pub cellar. All beers are brewed solely from authentic natural ingredients. Whilst we’re not know for our wines, our four House Wines and our selection of Spirits take some beating. Our food is unashamedly British. We are a Chop House so serve the best cuts of meat as well as our signature dish Ye Olde Steak & Kidney Pud

Historic gathering place doling out carefully sourced pub grub, wine & draught beer.

✔️ Dine-in ✔️ No delivery

Hours

Monday12–11pm
Tuesday12–11pm
Wednesday12–11pm
Thursday12–11pm
Friday12–11pm
Saturday12–11pm
Sunday12–10:30pm

Address & Contact

Address: 145 Fleet St, London EC4A 2BP
Phone Number: 020 7353 6170
Website: https://ye-olde-cheshire-cheese.co.uk/

Menu

Mains
Fish & Chips
Sausage&Mash
Macaroni Cheese
Pies
Steak & Ale
Cheese &Onion
Burgers
British Beef Burger
Southern Fried Chicken Burger
Edamame Bean Burger
Desserts
Jam Sponge Pudding
Apple Crumble
Sticky Toffee Pudding
Chocolate Fudge Cake
Ye Olde English Cheese Plate With Grapes, Chutney & Biscuits
Others
Olives
Pate Of The Day
Beef Burger Served With Chips & Salad
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Reviews

brian finamore
Enjoyed a fabulous lunch here today with my daughter. I enjoyed the Steak Pie, mashed potatoes, and gravy. Delicious. The pub is divided into many rooms and spaces throughout the building. The dining room on the main floor is filled with historical charm. A must see. The place claims to have been in existence since 1667. You won’t be disappointed.
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Sheri Lee
We had a great time at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese! They have a ton of rooms open for drinking, however only one for eating. For those interested in dining, go in through the main door and turn left into the dining room (it’s small room so make sure you either have reservations or come early). We didn’t have reservations but they were able to seat us (party of 2) right away on a Friday night. I highly recommend their steak and ale pie! It was delicious and I would definitely go back the next time I’m in London.
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Ivy Mac
I don’t think this world famous pub needs much introduction but, Oscar, who runs the Chop house restaurant inside the pub is a real pro and gracious host – he treated us like royalty! The food was nice, more 4 star than 5, but as everything else was so wonderful I graded up. Our whole group had a fantastic experience.
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Ismael “Rayito” Poderoso
Amazing place full of London history. Positive points: The pub takes you back to the 19th century or further in time. The food is good as your beers. Up to this point everything is perfect. Negative point: The service provided by the waiters, very slow and bad, we had to claim for tap water, after he lost a dish. A professional knows that if he serves two dishes, one is missing from a table of three. Thirty minutes after we had to claim the dish, incredible. The excuse was the best. In the kitchen they got his note wrong. The place deserves better service.
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Alessio Riccio
I had a lovely evening here. Ate the devilled whitebait, and fish and chips. Both dishes were abundant and very nice. The beer was also top-notch.
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Barrett Madrigal
Down a narrow alley is this gem. Rebuilt in 1667, serves high quality traditional English classics. Steak and kidney pie, fish and chips and several contemporary dishes such a meatless winter root pie. Cozy and warm with a fragrant fire going in the chop room and bar. The pace is slow, so not a quick in and out. Beer is very tasty, fresh pulled from oak barrels . Much bigger on the inside that it appears from the outside. Don’t be put off by the long line for takeaway sandwiches across the way at noon.
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Simon Osborne
Historic pub dating back to the 1600s! This is one of the places that Charles Dickens and Dr Samuel Johnson drank! Very atmospheric, with high quality food and drinks!
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Melissa Herman
I really wanted to give this place 5-stars because the food and vibe is great but unfortunately I almost choked on a piece of plastic that was mixed in my mashed potato and gravy. I literally had to pull the plastic out from the back of my throat because I wasn’t really chewing when eating the mashed potato at the time. There was only one waiter on duty that day (it was the Jubilee bank holiday), I informed him about the incident and all he said is that he will let the kitchen know. I had no time to take this further because I was in a hurry but also I don’t think there was anyone to take it further with anyway. Very disappointed with this incident and I will not be back. Service was also not very friendly.
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WC “Cheng” T
Both of the Southern fried chicken burger and banger & mash are very very good. Definitely somewhere good to eat. The ambience is good and vintage but very limited tables upstairs for customer to dine in but tables are sufficient for customer to drink downstairs.
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David Simkins
This Grade II listed building is one of London’s oldest and most iconic pubs. There has been a pub at this location since 1538, but it was rebuilt in 1667 after being damaged in the Great Fire of London. If you dare to descend the treacherous stone stairs, parts of the cellars are much older (as the building was previously home to a monastery).
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