Browns Old Jewry



Browns, Old Jewry occupies a fantastic location in the financial centre of London, close to the Bank of England and Bank underground station.

The building used to be the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. From the outside, the building is impressive and quite imposing – on the inside, it’s smart, bustling and atmospheric.

In keeping with our fabulous location, we open at 7am for breakfast meetings. Browns is also an excellent venue for lunch, after work drinks and dinner - and the restaurant is available for private hire on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

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Make the perfect start to the day at Browns, with the space and time you need to relax, work or just get together.

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Classic brasserie dishes in a buzzing atmosphere - it's all here, whether you're bringing family, friends or colleagues. 

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Our traditional afternoon tea is full of delights and surprises, whatever the occasion.

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Let our team of expert bartenders mix your favourite or tempt you to try something new and exciting.

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Get together over your favourite food, served with an elegant twist. Choose a glass of wine and relax.

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Reserve your celebration now and explore our fantastic festive menus.

Outlet Map

Opening Hours

  • Monday 7am - 11pm
  • Tuesday 7am - 11pm
  • Wednesday 7am - 11pm
  • Thursday 7am - Midnight
  • Friday 7am - Midnight
  • Saturday 10am - 11pm
  • Sunday Private Hire

Food Service Times

  • Monday 7am-10pm
  • Tuesday 7am-10pm
  • Wednesday 7am-10pm
  • Thursday 7am-10pm
  • Friday 7am-10pm
  • Saturday 10am-10pm
  • Sunday Private Hire
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About City of London

Old Jewry is at the heart of the financial district in London, and we welcome many business people through our doors. We open at 7am every weekday and we’re a popular choice for breakfast and lunch meetings, as well as after dinner drinks and de-briefs.

But this part of London also has its fair share of visitors. It’s filled with amazing buildings, museums and art galleries, such as the Bank of England Museum, which tells the story of the bank from its foundation in 1694 to its central role today. The museum has plenty of learning resources and interactive displays for children too.

St Paul’s Cathedral is an amazing building; the masterpiece of Britain’s most famous architect, Sir Christopher Wren, it’s at least the fourth to have stood on the site and was built between 1675 and 1710. You can climb the dome to the Whispering Gallery – incredibly, a whisper on one side can be heard clearly 100 feet away!

30 St Mary Axe, more commonly known as ‘The Gherkin’, is also at the centre of the financial district and is London’s first environmentally progressive working environment. It has 41 floors, 360° panoramic views and stands 180 metres high.

The Guildhall Art Gallery incorporates London’s Roman Amphitheatre, where crowds would once have gathered to watch wild animal fights, public executions and gladiatorial combats. The gallery has some impressive exhibitions, talks and tours – and admission is free.

This is a fascinating part of London. Come and join us for drinks, dinner, cocktails and to enjoy our fantastic live pianist who plays every Saturday.

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