Orchard Pig 0623
Orchard Pig 0623

About us

Named after the Duke of Clarence, who later became King William IV, its location of Dover Street was where Sir Alexander Bell's first successful telephone call was made. Dover Street also boasts famous residents including the 18th century poet Alexander Pope, Buckingham Palace architect John Nash and French composer Frederic Chopin and has been a favourite with locals ever since.

Enjoy an extended ale selection available with the drinks and back bar with not only more guest ales available, but also increased keg offer with UK craft beer and cider. Learn more about the ales available from our friendly staff, informative guest ale menus, or feel free to peruse the Beer Library at leisure, which includes books, artefacts and the possibility to purchase engraved tankards.

The Clarence pays homage to the Nicholson's heritage. Our founder William Nicholson was a gin distiller and in homage, the pub has a concise selection of specially created gin and fizz long drinks menu to accompany its extensive range of great wines from its cellar from the best of the old and new world to award winning British wines.

Providing British pub classics served with a modern twist, enjoy a relaxed, quality dining experience in the comfort of the upstairs dining room, and don't forget to ask our helpful staff for beer and wine recommendations with your menu choices.

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GREG

5 months ago

I had a great time at The Clarence in London. The food was delicious, and the atmosphere was cozy and inviting. Highly recommended

Ben Fairbairn

7 months ago

This place is a standard Nicholson's pub. Being in one of the more expensive parts of central London, the beer is unsurprisingly expensive; there's the usual array of ales and there's fairly limited seating. I've not tried the food recently but I suspect it's standard Nicholson's offering.

Ajay Parekh

9 months ago

Great location for a traditional old English pub. If you dine definitely go upstairs. Quite expensive for what is a good but pretty standard pub menu, good range of pies and desserts. I had the plant based burger, my wife had the puy lentil pie and both friends had the beef shank pie.

Baiju Khanchandani Chiropratica SBT

10 months ago

In a peaceful side street off Piccadilly, an oasis of a pub. Small cosy entrance leads into two floors of welcome and wrap around ambience. Staff at the bar are attentive and make eye contact to let you know you are n the queue for orders. Brilliant selection of ales and lagers and …… gins and tonics. Did not try the food… need to go back! The music is of good taste and not too loud. Easy to chat and stand; seating available.

Laura F.

11 months ago

We love this pub. Have come many times throughout the years. Service is good and qui. There are some good options of wine ( although a bit pricey for the quality), and some interesting options to snack on. It is just very close to the station so perfect to meet friends coming from different parts of London.

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