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Welcome to The Thomas Cubitt
The Thomas Cubitt is named after one of London’s most famous master builders the pub has earned itself a name as a local and popular institution. Located on the picturesque and distinguished Elizabeth Street and only a short walk from Victoria Station, this British gastropub is set over three unique and beautifully designed floors prominently positioned in the heart of the Belgravia.
CHRISTMAS AT THE THOMAS CUBITT
Whether you’re planning your office party, treating your nearest and dearest or arranging frivolities with friends, we are just the place for you! Our pubs have some beautifully unique spaces from cosy corners with roaring fires to the most sumptuous private dining rooms in London. Groups of 1 to 100 can wine, dine and have a jolly good time. We’ve carefully handpicked the best British, local and sustainable suppliers to passionately craft our festive, canapé and Christmas Day menus using the finest seasonable produce to ensure you can enjoy a true farm-to-fork festive experience.
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BRITISH GASTROPUB GRUB
Our Head Chef develops our menu using the best seasonal and locally sourced produce. We ensure that our ingredients are sustainably sourced in the UK to create a true “farm-to-fork” experience with carefully crafted gastropub dishes to ensure nothing goes to waste. Our rare breed White Park beef, Hebridean lambs and game all come from Lyons Hill Farm in Dorset and with daily deliveries from Lyme Bay, our fish comes from sea to plate in under 24 hours. Passion for sustainability and the environment rewards us with a Three Star Sustainability rating and our support of the Green Earth Appeal means our guests can feel good about dining with us.
FIRST FLOOR DINING ROOM
A grand and airy space surrounded by huge wooden sash windows and a feature fireplace, providing a more formal escape from the buzzy ground floor pub. With a British gastropub menu and a large range of fine wine.
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