Bell Bush Lane Ec4
The Bell was established around the 1660’s and has been described as the “oldest small pub in the City of London”. The pub is one of only a few to survive the Great Fire of London which is remarkable given that the fire started a mere quarter of a mile away. Little pub with snug bar and small upstairs dining room, old beams, horse brasses and historic city prints. Perfect for a quick lunch or after work drinks.