The Morpeth Arms is a traditional pub situated in Millbank, boasting a quirky 'Spying Room' which overlooks the River Thames and provides a view of the MI6 headquarters. Keep it a secret!
Steeped in history, The Morpeth Arms is a Grade II listed building that was built in 1845. Friendly and atmospheric, this Victorian pub is popular with visitors and employees alike from the nearby Tate Britain.
For Sunday Lunch, nothing but a good old-fashioned pub roast will do. The Morpeth Arms offer an extensive menu, with a choice of five Sunday Roast dishes. We recommend that particuarly hungry diners try the 'Mega Morpeth roast' - a stacked plate of smoked pork loin, Angus beef striploin, a double helping of yorkies and all the trimmings!
The Morpeth Arms has a colourful history- their basement previously served as holding cells for prisoners of 'Millbank Penitentiary' before they were taken to Australia.
Situated on the North Banks of the Thames, the Morpeth Arms is ideally situated for those exploring London. The closest station is Pimlico Underground Station.
Sun : 12pm - 9pm
- Sunday Lunch
- Private Dining
- Vegetarian Options
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