For those of you who miss us (and oh, how we miss you too!), we are pleased to remind you that our Bakery Arch in Bermondsey is now open to the public 7 days a week, selling fresh breads, doughnuts, morning pastries and other goods things to takeaway.
We also deliver wines direct to your home, anywhere in England and Wales, with no minimum order. Do click to find out more: More
26 St. John Street, London, EC1M 4AY (Directions)
Our menus are updated daily.
Menus will not go online until 11.00am for lunch and 5.00pm for supper.
Monday - Saturday: 12.00pm - 3.00pm
Sunday: 12.30pm - 4.00pm
Monday - Saturday: 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Sunday evening: closed
Monday - Friday: 11.00am - 11.00pm
Saturday: 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Sunday: 12.00pm - 5.00pm
Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver opened St. JOHN in October 1994. The former smokehouse, situated around the corner from London's Smithfield Market had fallen into serious disrepair since ham and bacon smoking ceased in 1967.
If you visit St. John you'll find the building pretty much as it was found. We've painted the walls white, installed a bar and a bakery in two of the chimneys, a kitchen and a dining room in the former packing rooms and a private room in the former loading bay and topped the bar with 20-foot high skylights.
Head chef: Steve Darou
General manager: Rebecca McGauley-Dyke
We do offer corkage if you'd like to bring in your own wine for which we charge £25.00 for a bottle, £45 for sparkling or dessert wine bottles, £40 for magnums of wine, and £75 for magnums of Champagne.
If you would like to bring a cake to the restaurant for a special occasion, which you would like served in place of a dessert we charge £5 per person. We are of course delighted to discuss making a cake for your event and our reservations staff can give you more information on this when you call.
Please note that any card tips or discretionary service charges which you choose to pay are given to our staff who work in operational. A 2% deduction is made to cover the costs levied by our card service providers from which we don’t make a profit.