There’s no denying, St Paul’s Cathedral is one of London’s most popular tourist attractions. Sir Christopher Wren’s Grade I listed building is located on Ludgate Hill - the highest point of the City of London – and from 1710 to 1963, the cathedral was the tallest building in London - standing at 365 feet.
There’s plenty to see inside this famous cathedral, which has been the site of hundreds of famous services and events, including the wedding in 1981 of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, and the funerals of the Duke of Wellington, Winston Churchill and Margaret Thatcher.
That means there are plenty of hungry tourists in the area – and Burger & Lobster Bread Street is one of the biggest draws. It may not have the architectural ‘wow’ factor of Sir Christopher’s incredible building, but our fresh lobsters and prime burgers are definitely worth their place on the tourist map.
St Paul’s Cathedral has its famous Whispering Gallery, but we like to shout about our food!
Location, Location, Location
St Paul’s Cathedral is located in the heart of the capital, with St Paul’s Underground Station just outside. It is near to the Millennium Bridge that crosses the River Thames. Burger & Lobster Bread Street is just a three-minute walk away, with the large restaurant windows overlooking the cathedral.
With the location being in the heart of the City of London, our location is also perfect for people who work in the local area. Whether you are looking for a bite to eat after work, or during your lunch break, we have got you covered.
Commuters passing through the nearby St Pauls Underground Station can pop into our restaurant for a bite to eat as we are just around the corner.
What Is There To Do?
St Paul’s Cathedral has lots of different things to do to keep you busy. They offer different sightseeing tours around the building in a variety of packages that can be bought online. Sightseeing tickets allow you to walk along the cathedral floor, climb the famous dome, visit the crypt, take in spectacular views of London and more. During a tour you’ll see the beautiful sights of the cathedral as well as discovering all the history being the building. Multimedia guides come at no extra cost and are available in nine different languages – so there’s hopefully one for most visitors.