Pub and Bars in Belgravia

The Thomas Cubitt
44 Elizabeth Street

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The Thomas Cubitt Belgravia is an impressive new Public House and Dining Room that is fast becoming a local institution in one of the capitalís most distinguished neighbourhoods. The Thomas Cubitt honours Londonís legendary master builder who was responsible for some of Londonís residential terraces including Eaton and Belgrave Squares.

The sunny four-storey corner site is inspired by the late Georgian and early Regency periods. Its grand but cosy classic country style interior features 3 working fireplaces, bohemian oak floors, detailed panelling and an exquisite hand made solid oak bar. Full floor-to-ceiling glass doors open out onto Elizabeth Street to provide open-air during warmer months.

The ground floor Bar Menu offers a choice of quick and delicious lunchtime and evening meals with seasonal changes and daily specials. Upstairs, the first floor Dining Room offers guests a more intimate surrounding with a modern, distinctly British ŗ la carte menu and fine wine list. The Dining Room offers private dining facilities for business lunches, functions and corporate events.

Opening times: Mon-Sat 12noon-11pm. Sun 12noon-10:30pm. Lunch in the Dining Room served from 12noon-3.30pm & dinner from 6.30pm-10pm. Bar menu available every day 12noon -9.45pm with succulent roasts served all day Sunday.
The upstairs Dining Room is CLOSED Saturday Lunch & All day Sunday
Reservations: 020 7730 6060. Visit the website for menus and further information.

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