Elephant, Fenchurch Street
Even though the latest incarnation of The Elephant doesn't strike you as a pub with much longevity to it, there's been a pub on this site for a good few centuries (it even managed to survive the Great Fire). Nowadays, the Elephant consists of a narrow ground floor bar and a basement that's double the size and twice as comfortable. Expect the usual selection of Young's beers and a lunch menu of sandwiches and pies. Not one of the City's stellar heritage pubs, though it does a decent enough job for this part of town.
119 Fenchurch Street, Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 5BA
020 7623 8970
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How to find the Elephant pub
Leave Monument Station and walk up Gracechurch Street until you get to the junction with Fenchurch Street. Turn right into Fenchurch Street, cross the road and you'll shortly find the pub on your left.