35 Maiden Lane
Description & Atmosphere
Opened in 1798, Rules is
" London's Oldest Restaurant"
and one of the Most Celebrated in the World. Famous
Writers, Actors and Artists have dined here, including Charles
Dickens, H.G. Wells and Laurence Olivier. Hundreds of
drawings, paintings and cartoons adorn the restaurant's walls.
Rules has great ambiance it's ideal for entertaining clients
and business associates. It also has Four Private Dining Rooms for
special occasions and corporate events.
Rules serves "Traditional English cuisine", specializing
in Classic Game Cookery they raise their own Game on their
Private Estate. The Beef dishes served with huge portions
of Yorkshire Pudding are excellent. Wonderful Starters (appetizers)
set the pace for the rest of the meal.
Be sure to leave room for one of their tasty
desserts the Chocolate Soufflé is to-die-for!
Dining at Rules is a delightful and memorable experience
we can't wait to go back!
Private Party Rooms
Rules has Four Historic Banquet Rooms, ideal for Corporate Events.
The King Edward VII Room
First floor room seats up to 18 people. For Trivia Buffs,
this room featured the Most Celebrated "Table for Two"
in London, where The Prince of Wales wined and dined
actress Lily Langtry Rules even put in a special
door so that the Prince could enter and leave in privacy.
The Charles Dickens Room
Intimate room named after the famous writer
comfortably seats up to 16 people.
The John Betjemin Room
Ideal for Smaller Groups, up to 12 people.
The Greene Room
Named after one of Britain's Greatest 20th Century Writers
Graham Greene the room seats up to 24 people.
Open daily for Lunch and Dinner.
Reservations are recommended during peak times.
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