Rules

Rules

Established in 1798, Rules claims to be the oldest restaurant in London. It’s a place where locals like to get their fix of good old-fashioned British food, and there’s nothing else quite like it in the city. If you’re game for game, visit during grouse-shooting season. It lasts from August to December.

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