Garden-themed bar and kitchen in the City
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41 Gracechurch StreetLondonEC3V 0BT
After my third visit here (and fifth to one of these chains) I figured it was time to write a review. I've had brunch, lunch and drinks+snacks here so have covered all my bases...
Food is generally okay - I think the brunch fared the best of the food I've eaten here. They have a bizarre habit of not cutting up foods that go on salads - friends have received both lobster salad and tuna salad...more
This place is MAHOOSIVE. Its got drinks. Dining, downstairs bar and private dining. It just spans a large area and that's a good thing considering the sheer amount of city-workers on a Friday night. It was rammed.
We came here after be at one for a few more drinks and it was great, if a little too loud and also it's a mission to get a drinks perch/ space to chat. But if you're up for mingling...more
On the pro side, the decor is great and this looks like a good spot to have a business lunch in Bank.
Had the burger here for lunch. When you order a burger, and they don't ask you how you like it cooked, just change your order to something else. The burger here looks good with its tall stature and brioche bun but, upon closer inspection, the meat patties have that preformed frozen from the...more
After many an attempt to visit here of an evening and it being too rammed of a city types to enter, I finally visited yesterday morning for a friend's birthday drinks pre birthday activity.
We made it clear on arrival there were around 8 of us coming along and we would only be there for about 45 minutes but this was made a big deal out of and checked on three occasions and just as we were...more
This was a lovely place to eat, especially after some horrible arrive we had at Sushi Samba. The food here was excellent. I also loved the way the waiters and chefs worked together. They have a very nice system going.
The reason I give the folly 5 full stars on because our waiter was such a nice guy. Though he was absolutely swamped, he was still very friendly and cared about what we thought...more