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Simpson's Tavern is a traditional English Chop House that has stood on this site since 1757. Tucked away in a narrow alleyway, the premises were originally built as two houses in the late 17th century and then converted into a chop house and coffee shop. Coincidentally, it is a stones throw from where the first coffee shop in London was located. Located near the Bank of England, tourists are few and far between and like every other pub in the area, it is closed on Weekends. Predominently a restaurant, there is also a small bar selling two ales.