The Old Doctor Butler's Head, Moorgate

What our customers have said on TripAdvisor

Upstairs dining is a must. Booked a table upstairs for a business lunch. The interior is quaint and absolutely beautiful, like you've stepped back in time. The upstairs area is small, so reservations are key unless you want to eat downstairs in the pub which is noisier and with a more limited menu. I ordered the grilled cauliflower sausages, braised green lentils, roasted sweet potato & butternut squash which was tasty and satisfying. As our table had a long wait for our food (due to a large table being served first), our waitress gave us all a free round of drinks. Lovely customer service, excellent food and great atmosphere.


I visited this pub today for lunch with a work colleague and discovered a lovely cosy and intimate upstairs restaurant in a quaint old city pub. The food is simple British fare but decent portions and reasonably priced for central London. The service was prompt and efficient. I had a simple pate and watercress starter and my colleague the soup. Both were good. I had an excellent liver and bacon main course with a rustic mash - all hot and very tasty. My colleague had the chicken. Overall a very good first experience - I will be back !


A olde pub serving great beers in the heart of the city. This place is tucked away down a alleyway but worth hunting for. The staff are friendly and the décor has character, Well worth a visit.

Liz R

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What our customers have said on Facebook

A cracking City institution for those in the know. Good Food Great Beer Genuinely nice Old Pub

Steve Rainbow

Excellent service from this hidden gem amongst all the city boy bars in the area.

James Hickman

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What our customers have said on Google+

Good evening pub for a few after work

Andy Lee

Great place to go for a drink after work, gets pretty busy!

Chris Lilley

Nice pub. Great location. One of the better pubs in the city.

Robert Scriven

It's a real find. A simple non crowded pub in London

Patrick Martin

A gem of a pub. Down an old lane with Georgian houses. £2.05 for a half pint ain't too bad.


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