The Walrus and The Carpenter
45 Monument Street, London, Greater London, EC3R 8BU 020 7621 1647
You’ll find The Walrus and The Carpenter in Monument, London. Only a short stroll from Lower Thames St, London Bridge, Great Tower Street and Old Billingsgate Market.
Located in the heart of the vibrant capital, we’re within walking distance of many of London’s famous tourist attractions that can be found near you, including London Bridge, Tower Bridge, Southwark Cathedral, London Bridge Underground Station, The Shard, and London Wall.
Nearby, you’ll also find the ancient Anglican church, All Hallows-by-the-Tower, the world famous Borough Market, HMS Belfast and the Tower of London.
Nicholson’s Pubs are known for their individual style, exciting stories, and charming personalities — and The Walrus and The Carpenter is certainly no exception.
The Walrus and The Carpenter can be found sitting in full view of The Monument, which was designed by Sir Christopher Wren to commemorate the Great Fire of London. The imposing column’s 61 metre height marks its distance to the site of the king’s baker, Thomas Farynor’s shop, in Pudding Lane, where the fire began. It’s possible to reach the top of The Monument by climbing up the narrow, winding staircase of 311 steps. In fact, upon its completion in 1683, plenty of visitors came to make the climb and enjoy in the view, making it the first tourist attraction in the City of London.
The Walrus and The Carpenter takes its name from a poem by Lewis Carroll. The verse is recited by Tweedledum and Tweedledee in 'Through The Looking Glass'.
Our breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus offer everything you’d expect to find on any respectable, British pub menu, and so much more besides. Boasting an array of delicious sharers, through to classic main dishes, and succulent burgers, there’s a selection to suit every appetite.
The Walrus and The Carpenter is one of many rare gems in the Nicholson's collection of iconic and great British pubs — held in the highest of regards for their distinctive buildings, intriguing history and vibrant atmosphere.
We don’t have a pub garden but at The Walrus and The Carpenter we do have a small urban outdoor space for you to enjoy a drink, some food and a great atmosphere.