History

Nestled in Theobalds Road in Bloomsbury, Woolleys has two entrances – one in Theobalds Road and the other in a pedestrian arcade called Lamb’s Conduit Passage. In 1940 the entire area was heavily bombed during World War Two. The building that the House of Woolleys is in was one of the few buildings in the area that survived the incident. A picture from the time shows a bombed site just few yards away. We take a good care of the House of Woolley’s and we constantly invest in our restaurant to ensure it truly represents “a home from home” for our customers.

Mission

Here at Woolleys, we are proud to be a Local British Restaurant and Catering Service provider based in Central London, passionate about food with a belief in the art of cooking. Our aim and mission is to please our customers by giving them true “British homemade food”.