Lady Abercorn's Pub & Kitchen

A traditional English pub in the heart of London's Business District

Hours

Mon-Fri: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
Sat: 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm



Address

40 Liverpool Street

London, England

EC2M 7QN   

Reservations

Phone: +44 207 618 7200

Email: londondining@andaz.com

George Pub is no more, Lady Abercorn's Pub & Kitchen is here.

A destination for the curious, Lady Abercorn's takes its name from an iconic sassy, strong and caring landlady from the neighbourhood, with delights and discoveries to be made by those who know how to ask.
Influences from her travels around the globe *hint, hint*  can be found in the décor and on the menu.


Indulge in our signature iconic roasts - including vegetarian options, served with bottomless Yorkshire puddings and a menu of both traditional and unique gravies.


Celebrating the local area, Lady Abercorn’s serves beer from local breweries and even brew our own, the Lady A, a light IPA. Available both in a bottle and on tap, is an ideal tipple to accompany food or to be enjoyed as a casual drink. 

''...she disappeared. Without a trace. Friends only knew her trusted companion George (companion of what means? Oh, the gossip…), who had become caretaker of the beloved pub she had come to consider her home.

But now George is moving on... On December 22nd he’s closing doors and taking his name down from the pub, moving on to new pastures.

Rumour has it a package arrived with a note . It simply reads:
Welcome to Lady Abercorn’s…”

''...she disappeared. Without a trace. Friends only knew her trusted companion George (companion of what means? Oh, the gossip…), who had become caretaker of the beloved pub she had come to consider her home.

But now George is moving on... On December 22nd he’s closing doors and taking his name down from the pub, moving on to new pastures.

Rumour has it a package arrived with a note . It simply reads:
Welcome to Lady Abercorn’s…”

''...she disappeared. Without a trace. Friends only knew her trusted companion George (companion of what means? Oh, the gossip…), who had become caretaker of the beloved pub she had come to consider her home.

But now George is moving on... On December 22nd he’s closing doors and taking his name down from the pub, moving on to new pastures.

Rumour has it a package arrived with a note . It simply reads:
Welcome to Lady Abercorn’s…”
Head Chef

Keith Nicholas

40 Liverpool Street, London, United Kingdom, EC2M 7QN

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