The Quality Chop House


The Quality Chop House has been an eating house since 1869. The designer, Rowland Plumbe, wanted to create utilitarian spaces for the masses that had a touch of glamour. The Chop House was the only restaurant he designed and soon became hugely popular – local residents and London's literary elite shared its trademark booths and enjoyed "a plate of meat, bread and half a pint of ale for six pence".

The menu has changed but the spirit has not.

We write 3 menus each day based around the best produce delivered that morning. For lunch there is a short a la carte menu and in the evening a set menu of 4-courses for £35. The Wine Bar menu is available from 6pm with a reduced menu available from 3-6pm.

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