Enjoy our set-price Supper Club menu. Not only is there a selection of seasonal starters, hearty mains and scrumptious puddings, but we’re also offering £10 off a bottle of wine when two dine.
Available from 5pm on selected days only. Speak to a member of the team for more information.
LUNCH & A DRINK FOR £11
Enjoy lunch and a drink for £11. With a variety of dishes to choose from; think sausage & mash, honey-roast ham egg & chips and soup & a sandwich alongside a choice of alcoholic and soft drinks. We’ve got the perfect spot for a cosy lunch this season.
Available Monday to Friday 12-5pm.
New Seasonal Flavours
Our chefs have been busy cooking up some new dishes to see in the new season and have created the perfect dishes to say hello to the darker nights including pulled lamb shepherd’s pie, king prawn Vietnamese curry and a very tasty wild venison pie.
Not forgetting those autumnal desserts, we can’t get enough of our latest apple & frangipane strudel with lashings of custard.
Welcome to The Cock & Lion
The Cock & Lion is a quaint and cosy Victorian pub nestled between Marylebone and Mayfair in West London. We're just a short walk from Bond Street tube station.
Decorated with local art and Londinium curiosities, The Cock & Lion has traditional low ceilings and a distinctive horse-shoe bar that transport you back to an earlier time.
With plenty of cosy or lively spots to sit back and enjoy an after-work pint or a weekend pitstop cocktail you can put the world to rights here with us.
A well-kept secret in Marylebone
The Cock & Lion offers the perfect respite after a long day’s work in the area or a catch-up with neighbouring locals. This historic treasure, only a 5-minute walk from Oxford Street, provides a warm welcome and refreshing liveners & cocktails to ease the feet after a day of retail therapy.Book now
You can find our delightful, traditional pub situated on Wigmore Street in Marylebone. Just a short walk from Bond Street tube station and Cavendish Square Gardens, The Cock & Lion sits behind the spirited hustle and bustle of Oxford Street.