The City of London follows the boundaries of the ancient Roman capital of Britannia: Londinium. The nation’s capital was just one square mile in size back in the day, and that’s also the scale of the modern City of London; a densely-packed district that Cannon Street, Mansion House & Monument inhabit. When it comes to restaurants in Monument, expect smart, high-end spots, designed to impress.
The City of London brims with historical experiences, and eating at The Don is no exception. Dine in a vaulted brick cellar, or enjoy views of the neighbouring courtyard. When it comes to the menu, The Don is all about excellence in modern European cuisine, featuring dishes like Essex pheasant with wild mushrooms and chestnuts or fillet of Cumbrian beef from the grill. You’d expect a cellar-dwelling restaurant to have a great wine list, and The Don doesn’t disappoint, with around 400 bottles to choose from.
If you’re seeking world cuisine amongst Mansion House restaurants, Thai Square is an exotic eatery decked out with art pieces and antiquities from Thailand. Thai Square presents authentic flavours at their very best.