With the festive season on the horizon, our bookings are now open for all your celebrations — from the much anticipated Christmas work party to intimate gatherings with loved ones by a roaring fire. You can even join us on Christmas Day as we open our doors to all for a festive feast (selected pubs only).
Our talented chefs have curated a seasonal masterpiece, so come and visit us this festive season to convene, unwind, eat, drink and be merry. You can expect the most indulgent dishes as well as Christmassy plates for those who cannot envisage a festive menu without a turkey and all its trimmings. As the city embraces the festive spirit, we invite you to reserve your table at our London pubs and celebrate this wondrous time of year with Cubitt House.
Our iconic London pubs have a selection of private spaces that you can book to get into the festive spirit. Whether it’s a Christmas work party in The Boardroom at The Alfred Tennyson or a yearly catch-up with loved ones in our Charlotte Room — an intimate private feasting room at The Princess Royal. Grab your glittery gowns and sparkly suits and head down to our cocktail speakeasy bar, The Clubhouse, for a private party and dance the night away to all of your favourite songs with your very own personal DJ.
Make Cubitt House your home from home in London this Christmas Day you will leave us merry and full of cheer. Indulge in our 4-course Christmas Day menu that savours the spirit of the season and champions the best of British flavours. Starters of Baked Hand-Dived Scallops, Delicia Pumpkin, Fried Sage and Chilli or our Rollright, Truffle Honey, Salt-Baked Beets, Black Figs and Walnuts duck liver parfait. For the main event, go traditional with Norfolk Bronze Turkey with all the trimmings or maybe the Halibut with Braised Fennel & Leeks, Cornish Crab and Creme Fraiche is more your thing. All rounded off with a Cubitt House Mont Blanc with Chocolate Sauce and a classic Neal's Yard cheese board. We are open for Christmas Day at the following pubs: The Thomas Cubitt, The Grazing Goat, The Alfred Tennyson, The Princess Royal and The Orange.