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London's Oldest Restaurant

Heralding “The Oldest Restaurant in London”, Rules was first established by Thomas Rule in 1798 and has since earned its claim as one of the most celebrated restaurants in the United Kingdom. Specializing in traditional British food such as classic game cookery, oysters, puddings, and pies, the menu of Rules seeks to "satisfy the demand for the best in life in all areas of fine dining."

During its years, Rules has entertained Charles Dickens, Charlie Chaplin, and other literary, artistic, and dramatic talents, serving as the backdrop to history and continuing its lineage of hosting significant evenings.

Utrip Tips

*You can make a reservation online, if you'd like.
*Jacket or tie not required, but they prefer smart casual. No shorts.

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