Knight's Bar launches Allotment Menu

A fresh new cocktail menu inspired by the bountiful kitchen gardens, orchards and allotments of Britain.

The wonderful team at Knight's Bar have created a delightful stroll through the kitchen garden to bring the freshness of the seasons to the new Boozy Bill of Fare. Head bartender Harry Bereton explains "Working closely with our brigade of chefs, we've created a classical yet innovative menu that is inspired by the bountiful and often over-looked British produce available on the market today. The allotment menu is ever-evolving, moving with the seasons and celebrates fabulous British produce in its prime, giving our guests a snapshot of the best British fruit and vegetables throughout the year."

With summer cocktails including a glut of pink Yorkshire rhubarb transformed into an effervescent serve of Irish whiskey, ginger ale and a touch of rose and others showcasing the heady tastes of strawberry, basil, and fig, the Knight's Bar is the perfect place to escape the heat and hustle of the city! You can peruse the full Boozy Bill of fare here


Ridgeview - celebrating English sparkling wine

We’re pleased to announce a very special partnership with Ridgeview, an award-winning family owned company dedicated to the production of the highest quality sparkling wine.


A restoration 189 years in the making

For the first time since 1903, Simpson’s closed in April 2017 for a respectful restoration of the original interiors, beginning an exciting new chapter in the history of one of London’s oldest restaurants.


Beer with dinner?

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The Inspiration behind Simpson's new Autumn Bill of Fare

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