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The Don in London

The Don

The Don
The Courtyard,
20 St Swithins Lane,

Cuisine: Modern European

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Description of The Don

Tucked away in a tiny courtyard at the heart of the City of London, in the historic Sanderman Port Cellars, The Don is an elegant retreat with superb modern art throughout. Famous for its service and style, as well as its stunning wine list, The Don has won a Wine Spectator Award every year since 2000.

Listed in the Hardens, Square Meal and Good Food Guides, The Don is recommended for its modern, quality Gallic cuisine accompanied by London's largest selection of ports and sherries.

Bright and spacious, the restaurant's interior is highlighted by its stunning double height wine tower and seven large windows that open up on to the small courtyard.

For a truly historic atmosphere, you can also wine and dine in the bistro, previously a wine cellar where Port and sherry were bottled for over 200 years. The cosy dining area has retained the authentic thick-vaulted brick walls and ceiling from this era, and along with its small bar, the bistro is an excellent destination for a relaxed lunch or supper with friends and colleagues.

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Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 22:00

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The Don Location

Local points of interest:

The following music venues, bars, clubs and hotels are near to The Don:

  • Protem Cannon Street (Hotel) 53 yards away
  • St Mary Abchurch 54 yards away
  • London Capital Club 58 yards away
  • The London Capital Club (Nightclub) 58 yards away
  • London Stone (Bar/Pub) 59 yards away

Find out more about the local clubs, bars, restaurants and points of interest: The Don map