This is a place is rooted in romance. Once a bank run by the father of Charles Dicken’s first love Maria Beadnell, the writer himself would walk the street in the early hours staring at the building where his true love dozed. Definitely one to keep up your sleeve to get your date all doey eyed over some delicious four course sharing menus in the Brasserie and the 1776 restaurant.
In the Brassiere, start with a starter of figs and parma ham, arancini balls and stuffed baby peppers before fighting over a Filet of Angus Beef, Foie Gras and Black Truffle. Or alternatively head to The 1776, where a clear Thai Soup with Mazzara Del Vallo prawns, a gratin of Taglioni Morel and Norcia truffle will be served with an intriguing sounding Five Chocolate Essence Seductions to follow.
All under the impressive architecture of a Grade II listed building in busy Square Mile , 1 Lombard Street is the perfect place to for romance this 14th.