British classics perfected since 1828
Our unique culinary story is a tale of traditions upheld, undiluted by the tide of time over two centuries. Today, Simpson's in the Strand offers a landmark London dining experience. We look forward to welcoming you.Make a reservation
Notices on the Strand
Head Chef of Simpson’s in the Strand, William Hemming shares a recipe from his reopening Bill of Fare.
It all began in 1828
In 1828, The Grand Cigar Divan opened as a chess club and coffee house at 100 Strand. Chess has been woven into the fabric of the Simpson’s story ever since.
Products, gifts and experiences
Simpson's is an experience that deserves to be shared. From gift vouchers to our range of signature products, here's where you can make the most special of purchases.COMING SOON!
The art of carving
Learn how to carve like a master at the home of the Great British roast.COMING SOON!
Sherlock Holmes was a regular
Simpson's was a great favourite of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle... and his greatest literary creation. Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson dine with us in both The Dying Detective and the Illustrious Client.