Rules Restaurant

Top 1% of restaurants in London
8 / 10

11 expert reviews

“Rules may look as though nothing has changed for 50 years (or more, the restaurant was established in 1798), but this old-stager hasn’t made it this far without adapting to the times.”

– Time Out

"Come, escape the 21st century. Opened by Thomas Rule in 1798, London's oldest restaurant is, according to some, still London's most beautiful." Full review
"This is the place for a genuine taste of traditional London." Full review
"Rules opened its doors in 1798 and during its history has seen the great and the good, the famous and infamous and latterly, tourists in droves, pass through its doors." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"London’s oldest restaurant, here since 1798, has retained its fascinating historic decor, and its standards: it remains a temple of fine British cooking."
"It's hard not to talk about art, when every wall is covered with amazing – and often quite startling – pieces." Full review
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