Offering a true taste of history in London’s modern financial heart, the East India Arms has been serving the capital’s traders and tourists since 1829.
It’s a blissfully traditional place to enjoy a pint in the City, with authentic wooden floors and furnishings, and wonderful old photos on the wall evoking simpler times.
The Fenchurch Street pub takes its title from the British East India Trading Company, whose old premises lie right next door. And just as they made their name on tea and coffee, we’ve made ours on brilliant beer.
Cracking cask ales and lagers come courtesy of Britain’s oldest brewer, Shepherd Neame, and there’s a good selection of wines, ciders, spirits and soft drinks here too.