The exterior of The Ned on a sunny day

The Ned

Set in the former Midland Bank building in the heart of the City, The Ned was designed by Sir Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens in 1924. The heritage building hosts nine restaurants, 252 bedrooms channeling 1920s and 1930s design, a range of men’s and women’s grooming services and a members’ club.

T: +44 (0)20 3828 2000

27, Poultry
London, EC2R 8AJ


A glimpse at The Ned



Serving dishes that span the globe, seven public restaurants sit amidst the grandeur of The Ned’s historic 3,000 square metre lobby – separated by 92 verdite columns and rows of Grade I-listed banking counters.

Asian-Pacific inspired dishes served at The Ned


An Asian-Pacific-inspired restaurant specialising in healthy food, Kaia is open for lunch and dinner with poke bowls and mains from the grill served. Kaia-to-go offers takeaway coffee, breakfast bites and poke during the day and tropical cocktails in the evening.

Comfy pink booths in Millie's Lounge

Millie’s Lounge

A 24-hour restaurant and bar, Millie’s Lounge serves classic British dishes alongside a selection of English sparkling wines, craft ales and seasonal cocktails. A complimentary under-12 children’s menu is served daily from 5-6pm.

A New York-style deli sandwich served at The Ned


A traditional New York-style Jewish deli serving a selection of favourites to eat in or to go. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner; choose your bagel or over-stuffed sandwich fillings, mains and desserts from the menu and order at the counter.

Bartenders preparing drinks behind a vintage French-inspired bar

Café Sou

A Parisian-style cafe serving French classics including baguettes, rillettes, salads and pastries and a selection of French wines. Eat in at our sharing tables for an informal meal, or pick up something to go from the counter.

Classic Italian dishes served at Cecconi's


All-day Venetian brasserie, serving northern Italian dishes in a classic setting. Expect the same favourites that are served at its sister restaurants in Mayfair, Berlin, Barcelona, Istanbul, Miami and West Hollywood.

Wooden booths and a self-service food counter at Malibu Kitchen

Malibu Kitchen

Malibu Kitchen brings Californian food to the City with a healthy menu of superfood salads, raw vegetables, cured fish and meat, flatbreads, juices and smoothies, served from breakfast through to dinner.

Old America-style bar with wooden and marble furnishings

The Nickel Bar

The Nickel Bar serves a menu of time-honoured American staples and classic cocktails from morning until the early hours. The Nickel stage, alongside, has a daily line-up of live performances – from jazz trios to New Music Mondays’ emerging acts.


Bedrooms and suites

252 bedrooms ranging in size from intimate Crash Pads to large-scale suites. Expect tactile furnishings, classical details and all the essentials you could need for a comfortable home away from home.

A bed with a bedside table and lamp


At between 20-30 square metres, Cosy rooms are snug yet perfectly considered.

A bed and sofa in an art-deco inspired room


At 25-35 square metres, our Medium rooms are full of Art Deco touches in keeping with the era of the building.

A bed and sofa with vintage fabrics and furnishings


Generous 35-45 square metre spaces, ideal for extended stays, our Large rooms showcase super king-size beds.

A bedroom with doors leading to an outdoor space

Terrace Suite

Our 51 square metre Terrace Suite offers indoor and outdoor spaces to relax and entertain.

A bright sitting room with seating and a dresser

Duplex Suite

Spanning two floors, our 85 square metre Duplex Suite is an ideal space for relaxing and entertaining.

A sitting room with doors leading to a bedroom in the Two Bed Family Suit

Two Bed Family Suite

Our Two Bed Family Suite is a multi-room 95 square metre space that is ideal for groups or families.


Meetings and events

The Ned has six Grade I-listed meeting rooms and two outdoor terraces available to hire on the historic and fully-restored sixth floor.

A vintage dining room with tapestries and panelling

The Tapestry Room

The Tapestry Room has a capacity of up to 210 people.

Featuring original walnut panelling and crystal chandeliers, The Tapestry Room is our most iconic space. It takes its name from the remarkable pastoral tapestry that wraps around the upper walls – the largest of its kind ever produced in England when it was created in the 1920s.

A large 18th century room with pillars and a decorative fireplace

The Saloon

The Saloon has a capacity of up to 120 people.

Dominated by an 18th-century chandelier sourced from London’s Devonshire House, The Saloon glories in ornate chalk frieze, a restored parquet floor and a custom-made Oushak rug.

A meeting space with large windows, and vintage fabrics and detailing

The Drawing Room

The Drawing Room has a capacity of up to 80 people.

Connected to The Saloon, The Drawing Room has a club-like feel, with its with its restored panelled walls lined with period etchings, paintings and lithographs.