Rules

English
$ $
35 Maiden Ln (btwn Southampton St & Bedford St)
London, Greater London WC2E 7LB
+44 20 7836 5314
Monday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Tuesday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Wednesday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Thursday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Friday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Saturday
12:00pm - 11:45pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 10:45pm

Tips

  • London's oldest restaurant hasn't changed much since it opened in 1798 and we aren't complaining. Try the traditional steak & kidney pie, buttery on the outside and tender on the inside.
  • Booking is a must but they can accept late night walk-ins. The staff are really friendly welcoming and accommodating to specific taste. The mash potatoes was the best I've ever had in my life :)
  • When a man is tired of Rules, he is tired of Life. -- Samuel Johnson, if he had lived 14 years longer.
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  • Sticky toffey pudding
  • Oldest restaurant in London. Established in 1798 by Thomas Rules, the restaurant specializes in traditional British food such as game, oysters, pies, and puddings.
  • If you're looking for the the perfect Sazerac than look no further. Also one of the oldest restaurants in London. Check it out.
  • This might be the oldest restaurant in London, but that definitely doesnt mean its antiquated! The service is fantastic and the classic game cookery simply delicious.
  • The rabbit on toast is awesome
  • Oldest operating restaurant in London. Start with some native oysters, then have some rabbit, duck or some steak and kidney pie. The Golden Syrup Sponge Cake is a must if you have a sweet tooth.
  • The steak and kidney pie, the quintessential British dish, still comes served in a stiffly pleated paper ruff. The pie crust is golden and buttery, and it gives way to a velvety stew of tender meat.
  • The oldest restaurant in London. It serves traditional British food, specialising in classic game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings. A Must!
  • Try the Sticky Toffee Pudding - Love it
  • Brian Silva makes the best drinks in London, and the first shuddering sip whisks us right back to the French Quarter.
  • Look at the amazing decor and make sure you ask for a seat at the back of the restaurant where you get the best views :)
  • The creamy pheasant pie is good, though save some room for the raspberry trifle, which is anything but a trifling thing.
  • So happy we came here. They let us in late and we had an astonishing meal. Wonderful selection of Game dishes but I went for the delicous Pig Cheeks. Finish it off with Sticky Toffee Pudding! Bravo.
  • The steak and kidney pudding is the dish I've been having here for 20 years. Each time I visit I tell myself I'll have something different and then can't bring myself to do it.
  • Wild game is delicious here.
  • Very expensive but well cooked game meats, the venison was nice but needed mash to fill it out. Loved the foie gras terrine. Nice interior decor.

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