The Adam & Eve

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Just off Oxford Street, The Adam and Eve has a cool and cosy ambience perfect for enjoying classic British food and drinks in relaxing surroundings.<br/><br/>The menu features some of your favourite traditional dishes ranging from Salmon and Haddock Fishcakes and Eggs Benedict, to Wiltshire Ham and Hand Cut Chips. Daily specials, salads and fresh sandwiches offer something new even for the regulars, whilst the bar stocks a selection of draught and bottled beers covering the great brewing countries of the world. There is also a wine list to suit any tastes, alongside a few simple-yet-sexy cocktails to get you and your friends ready for a night out in the West End.<br/><br/>Lively tunes and live sports events keep the atmosphere vibrant, and the team at The Adam and Eve will be happy to help make your party or function a success.

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Prices
Average main course: £11.00 (USD16.43) per diner
Average food spend: £19.00 (USD28.37) per diner

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The Adam & Eve

Address
77A Wells Street
Marylebone
London
W1T 3QQ
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7636 0717
Public transport:
Oxford Circus, Underground
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Yelp Reviews

Yelp

3 out of 5 based on 17 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Adam & Eve

4.0 out of 5 22 July 2014
by Steve H.

Formerly the Ben Crouch Tavern (see previous reviews) - now the Adam and Eve (owned by the Geronimo Inn group) High ceilings, tasteful decor and a good range of meals. I had the rare beef sandwich, which was served on a cheeseboard, for a point of difference. Great service any attentiveness - would recommend for lunch following a shop down Oxford St. Wi Fi password = geronimo.more

4.0 out of 5 24 December 2012
by Matthew P.

Great bar for after work drinks, close to Oxford St. If your looking for a pit stop after some shopping.more

4.0 out of 5 13 August 2012
by Juliana B.

I'm glad we sat upstairs rather than downstairs as I would only be staring at the chef cooking because of the amazing burger they make.

The burger is much enjoyable. In fact a little bit too much for me but was good for the boys. The onion rings are filled with onions, and not just batter. My sister in law ordered the burger without the bun, which came with a side house salad. We thought it...more

3.0 out of 5 11 October 2011
by Kevin L.

The 2.5 star rating duly set my expectations pretty low for The Adam and Eve, so they had plenty of wiggle room to over-deliver.

Cosy couch seating around a coffee table toward the window made for a pleasant, intimate space to socialise with some colleagues and other work acquaintances. Plus, they have Doom Bar on draught which, for being a real ale, is actually quite delicious.

I (wisely,...more

2.0 out of 5 20 August 2011
by Tom E.

I was persuaded to go here by my colleagues on a Friday lunchtime. We all opted for the home made burger and the promise from two of my colleagues that it could give Byron Burgers a run for it's money. Sadly that wasn't the case.

The Burgers arrived and whilst the meat was ok, it was woefully under seasoned. The french fries were like match sticks and pretty forgettable much like the pub...more

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