The Merchant of Bishopsgate


The Merchant of Bishopsgate is located in the belly of Liverpool Street Station and boasts all the character, charm and personality of a welcoming British pub. It a great place to eat, drink and rest. The Freehouse and Kitchen serves delicious, independently-produced food and drink procured both from world-leading experts and local merchants. Lovers of grain and grape are equally well catered for, with a selection of distinguished imported brews, Goose Island IPA from Chicago and the Trappist Chimay Rouge from Belgium. Cask ales such as Sharps Doom Bar sit alongside local beers like Meantime Pale Ale. The Merchant has selected the best old and new world wines offered by the glass via the revolutionary Enomatic dispensers. No matter what your tastes or your timetable. The Merchant of Bishopsgate has excellent food and drink to revive even the weariest of traveller. 


For bookings over 10 they require pre-orders in advance and credit/debit card details to secure the booking. Numbers need to be confirmed by at least 11am on the day of the booking. If food is prepared for someone who does not arrive for the booking they reserve the right to charge the card in full for this serving.



  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Disabled Toilets
  • No Door Charge
  • None
  • No queues normally


Day Open Close Notes
Monday 7:00 0:00
Tuesday 7:00 0:00
Wednesday 7:00 0:00
Thursday 7:00 0:00
Friday 7:00 0:00
Saturday 8:00 0:00
Sunday 8:00 23:00



The Merchant of Bishopsgate, Lower Concourse, Liverpool Street Station, EC2M 7PY


Liverpool Street

Nearest Station

Liverpool Street (Tube)



Drink Price*
Bottle of Champagne £45.00
Bottle of Cider (568ml) £4.70
Bottle of Lager (330ml) £3.90
Bottle of House Wine £14.00
Cocktail £6.70
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £4.00
Pint of Lager £3.95
Pint of Real Ale £3.90
Spirit and Mixer (50ml double shot and mixer) £3.55
* Prices shown are the starting price.
  • A word from the chef:

    The food menu features a selection of delicious hot and cold ‘grazers’, which are ideal for groups enjoying a social drink after work, or travellers wanting a quick bite before continuing on their journey. For those wanting a larger plate there are a host of great British pub classics with a twist.

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