Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame
Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame
Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame

Welcome to the Savoy Tap

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A stone's throw from Covent Garden

A warm welcome and a perfect pint are guaranteed at this traditional pub, tucked away down a quiet street off the Strand in the City of London.

Despite being recently refurbished with a stylish new interior, our historic London pub still retains a number of its original features, including beautiful stained-glass leaded windows.  Available to book for functions - from birthday parties to work gatherings - the Savoy Tap is a trendy spot for locals and new visitors alike. Find out more about us below.

Shepherd Neame Six Nations

Catch the match

Experience the thrill of the Six Nations with us. Book a table for four to six people and the first round is on us!*

Enjoy award-winning beers and rugby grazing specials brought to your table. Tuck into our loaded burgers, dogs, wings, nachos and loaded fries with various toppings whilst watching all the action.

*T&Cs apply

Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame
Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame
Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame

An extensive range of ales

Our City of London pub boasts an extensive range of excellent cask ales, lagers, and a choice selection of premium wines and spirits.

Only a stone’s throw away from Covent Garden and the heart of London’s Theatreland, it is a great place to stop off for a drink while shopping or stopping off for pre-theatre drinks.

It is also popular with local ale enthusiasts and the capital’s commuters, who enjoy getting together after work for a drink at their friendly ‘local’.

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Savoy Tap pub, London, Shepherd Neame

The history of our London pub

The Savoy Tap has enjoyed an immensely varied history over the last 300 years. As demonstrated by an old sign which is still visible, the pub was once affiliated with the William Younger & Co. brewery.

Over the years, our pub has been known as the ‘Savoy Barracks’, ‘Suttling House’, and even ‘Savoy Palace’. In 1926, it was rebuilt and known as the ‘New Savoy Tavern’ before being named the ‘Savoy Tup’ in 1998. Finally, this changed to the well-loved and well-known ‘Savoy Tap’ in 2018.