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The Thomas Cubitt


The Thomas Cubitt in London’s swank Belgravia is named after one of London’s most famous builders.

Sitting on the distinctive Elizabeth Street in Belgravia, the pub has become an institution for locals and visitors to the capital alike.

The Gastropub is beautifully designed and offers some of the very best food in the location.

There are three places to eat including the pub, which serves more classic dishes, the dining room, which is a little fancier, or the drawing room which caters for private dining events.

From the dining room menu, highlights have included the likes of beef tartare with pickled mushrooms, mushroom ketchup and beef dripping toast; cured halibut with smoked almond, sorrel and rye; and baked half shell scallop with celeriac and pine nut crumb to begin.

Mains have included roasted monkfish with Jerusalem artichokes and chervil sauce; roasted cauliflower with black cabbage, hazelnut and pomegranate dressing; and grass-fed beef burger and fries with bacon, Applewood, Guinness onions and horseradish.

A range of rare breed cuts are also on offer on a daily basis with a range of sauces, while a strong selection of sides are also available.

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