For a truly unique experience in the bustling heart of the capital, make sure you pay a visit to The Porcupine.
Established in 1725, this pub has a rich history. In 1822, a gang of thieves paid a visit for a celebratory drink after burgling the house of Lord Ashbrook. They made the mistake of asking the landlord to keep their loot behind the bar for safekeeping and were promptly arrested
On the menu, you’ll find a great choice of hearty pub food dishes, accompanied by an impressive selection of local cask ales, craft beers, and spirits. The Noel Coward dining room can be booked for private functions and events.
There’s also plenty to do in the area, including the countless attractions found in Leicester Square and Covent Garden.
- Central London
- Happily Affordable ££
- Background Music
The Porcupine, 48 Charing Cross Rd, WC2H 0BS