82% would book it again

Hire Youngs The Clarence Whitehall ~ Tin Belly Dining Room

Wifi

Audiovisual

Parking

Public transport

Catering

Catering arrangements

Catering available

Tea / coffee / water

Refreshments available

Alcohol

Alcohol packages available

Extra space / Overnight

Disabled access
Air conditioning
Lectern
Stage
Cloakroom
Print/Scan/Copy

Boardroom

Classroom

Cabaret

50

Theatre

Restaurant

50

Open space

60

About Tin Belly Dining Room

The Clarence, 53 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2HP

A short wander down Whitehall from Trafalgar Square brings you to the very heart of England: The Clarence! An elegant and indeed damned fine traditional British pub which has a fair claim to being the Prime Minister’s local, The Clarence embodies all that is great about British hospitality – hearty traditional food, delicious drinks and the warmest of welcomes.

Whether you want to book an area to dine or take advantage of our brilliant private room, we make sure that visiting The Clarence is always something a bit special.

Other Spaces in this Venue

Show All Spaces

Discover More Great Venues

London New Years Eve Venues | Dinner And Dance London | Unusual Christmas Party | Office Christmas Party | London Training | Birthday Party Bash | London Workshop | London Romantic Venues | Christmas Drinks London

Similar Spaces

Popular Searches

Ratings & Reviews

Ron NewmanSeptember 5th, 2018

Do not fall for the bread and olives trap - or better yet, do not dine here at all! I came here with my partner for our first dinner in London desiring traditional British pub fare. While we had no complaints about the fish & chips and British pie, the servers pulled one of the most outrageous stealth charges I have ever experienced. After we ordered (and returned our menus), our waitress casually stopped by our table to ask if we would like the bread and olives, and we accepted thinking it was provided free of charge. You can imagine our shock when we were presented with our bill with an extra charge of £8.25 (£3.75 for the olives, £4.50 for the “artisan” bread). The bread and olives were nothing special, and this was a total money grab targeted toward unwitting tourists - a terrible introduction to the city of London.

GOOGLE REVIEW

Andrew FryerSeptember 5th, 2018

Nice to go into a pub you've never been in before and on getting the second round in the barman remembered our drinks. Its the little things. Great little pub almost opposite Parliament. Some outside seating. Excellent and friendly staff.

GOOGLE REVIEW

MitchSeptember 5th, 2018

Been to this pub a few times and the service is consistently top notch. During crowded hours seek refuge in one of the dining rooms upstairs. The Bulldog room is Churchill themed. The food is decent but nothing spectacular. I had the chicken escalope which was acceptable.

GOOGLE REVIEW

Maria GomezSeptember 5th, 2018

Tourists, beware!!! The waiter was much too kind, but it was only he had second thoughts!!!! He included 12.5% service charge in the bill without asking how much we wanted to give. It was a party of 2 (not a group). We are used to tipping here and in the US, generously, mainly when service is good. But including the tip on his own was mean. On another note, food was good, except for the apple and peach crumble which was too sour.

GOOGLE REVIEW

Margaret ThomasSeptember 5th, 2018

Good air conditioned place to grab a pint or bar snacks. The atmosphere is very nice in the style of a traditional pub. I didn't eat here but the fish and chips I saw going to another table looked a bit overcooked, and the service at the counter was not especially friendly.

GOOGLE REVIEW

Message the Venue Host

Message Venue Host

Sarah

layout-boardroom layout-cabaret layout-classroom layout-open_space layout-restaurant layout-theatre facebook2 twitter rss2 skype linkedin pinterest aircon bed bus car disabled hat-tophat lectern projector stage wifi hat-chef print arrow-left-1 arrow-right-1