Paternoster Chop House Restaurant takes you back to the atmosphere of the old Paternoster Square, which is now back to its former glory and complemented by this modern looking London restaurant.
The varied food offering at Paternoster Chop House restaurant also reflects this typical London scenery with honest British dishes, such as fresh oysters, nettle tip soup with sour cream, Wiltshire suckling pig, Cornish John Dory with Jerusalem artichokes and spotted dick with custard.
You can see that this restaurant doesn’t just serve chops as the name might suggest. The restaurant also offers a very different private dining experience in the dining chamber of Sir Christopher Wren’s Temple Bar (in Paternoster Square opposite St. Paul’s) now a unique venue for receptions or business lunches/dinners.
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