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Our Food Team can create your a beautiful buffet.



Hiring the Empire Bar is easy. Just contact the pub with your requirements and one of our friendly team will get back to you.

Capacity : - 40 - 45 Dining : - 30 - 40 Full HD multimedia screen IPod / Mp3 Connectivity WI FI Internet Access Garden Area CAMRA Recognised No Minimum Spend

We are fortunate to have the , light and airy Empire Bar at The Lamb. Available for both Informal Dining & Private Hire. Come and share your good times with us.

Family Friendly

The Lamb 94 Lambs Conduit Street Bloomsbury London Tele 0207 405 0713 email.

A historic venue, for memorable times

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