The Jugged Hare
Situated on the corner of Chiswell Street and Silk Street in the City of London, the pub forms part of the famous old Grade II listed Whitbread Brewery (now the Montcalm 5 Star London City Hotel).
Nearest tubes: Moorgate, Barbican and Liverpool Street are all very close by as are Old Street and Farringdon.
Monday – Wednesday 7am – 11pm
Thursday – Saturday 7am – midnight
Sunday 7am – 10.30pm
Our celebration of all things game kicks off with our eponymous 18th century dish, Jugged Hare. Hare returns to British menus from the 1st August each year following the six-month ban on hunting which allows the animals to breed. Cooked in a traditional tall jug, the slow-braised hare meat is finished off with a sauce of its own blood and is one of the finest examples of this under-used meat you will find in the capital.
The Jugged Hare and sister restaurants hold a National Pheasant Week in November each year which champions the underrated bird.
From ‘The Glorious Twelfth’ we have been getting creative with our game, sourced from Ben Weatherall of Yorkshire Game Company as well as many other small, select gamekeepers and riflemen up and down the country. Our daily-changing specials board often featuring less common species such black grouse, moorhen, golden plover, even squirrel, as well as wild boar and deer shot by Tom, Ed and their senior chefs, and brought back