Counting House


A short distance from Bank station, Counting House is a traditional British pub in the City of London. Formerly known as a banking hall in 1893, the aptly named boozer oozes 19th-century decadence. With gleaming chandeliers and a high domed ceiling, it's a stunning stop-off for a pint of real ale. Sports fan? You can also catch all the action on first-class HD screens.

If you've worked up quite the appetite, you can expect a menu filled with best-loved British plates. From fish 'n' chips to pie tasting boards and signature boar scotch eggs, there are plenty of dishes to choose between. On the drinks front, this hotspot also has a lip-smacking range of craft ales or wine up for grabs.


Offer Availability
💐 A Treat for Mum 💐
Book a table for Mother’s Day and we will treat all the Mums to a beautiful Sipsmith Gin & Tonic gift. Please let us know how many mums are in your party in the special requests box.


  • Taking Bookings
  • Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
  • No Door Charge
  • None


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 7:30 22:00
Tuesday 7:30 22:00
Wednesday 7:30 22:00
Thursday 7:30 22:00
Friday 7:30 22:00
Saturday 8:00 22:00
Sunday 8:00 14:30



Counting House, 50, Cornhill, EC3V 3PD


City of London

Nearest Station

Bank (Tube)

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Cost Min spend
Min spend
The Griffin Room Private Room 80 110 - - -
Gallery Room Private Room 25 28 - - -
The Partners Room Private Room 30 40 - - -
The Dining Room Private Room 25 25 - - -
The Club Room Private Room 8 10 - - -

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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