Lamb Tavern

The Lamb Tavern has been a part of the tapestry of the City of London since 1780. The historical listed building in the heart of Leadenhall market is a sanctuary for hard working city professionals, visitors and tourists alike, looking for some respite from the bustle of London. The Lamb Tavern site itself has grander origins than the 14th century market. It directly overlies the Roman Londinium Basilica, which was a large building used by the Romans for judicial and commercial purposes. Built in 50AD and then rebuilt in 120AD, the Basilica was then the largest building of its kind except for the Basilica Ulpia in Rome itself. It was over 500ft in length (about the size of St Paul's) and to the south lay the forum filled with a whole host of stalls, shops and workshops selling goods and services to those who used the Basilica. The Lamb Tavern as a place to take refreshment adjacent to the market continues the tradition first established in Roman Britain almost 2000 years ago!

10-12, Leadenhall Market, London
020 7626 2454
Monday to Sunday: 11:00 AM til 11:00 PM

Facilities available at this pub

General
Outside Seating,
Food Styles
Bar Snacks, Restaurant, Traditional,
Function Room
51-100,
Location
City Centre, Railway station,
Food times
Lunch 12pm - 3pm, Dinner 6pm - 10pm,
Drink Types
Real Ale,

Becks Vier

Alcohol
4.0%
Brewery
Becks

Camden Hells Lager

Alcohol
4.6%
Brewery
Camden Town Brewery Bar

Guinness Draught

Alcohol
4.1%
Brewery
Guinness

Kronenbourg 1664

Alcohol
5.0%
Brewery
Heineken

Fosters

Alcohol
4.0%
Brewery
Heineken

Peroni

Alcohol
4.7%
Brewery
Peroni

Estrella Damm

Alcohol
5.2%
Brewery
Sociedad AnĂ³nima Damm

Young''s Bitter

Alcohol
3.7%
Brewery
Wells & Young's Brewing Co Ltd

Special

Alcohol
4.5%
Brewery
Wells & Young's Brewing Co Ltd
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