This Bloomsbury gastro pub is the second venue from Scott Hunter and Maria Larsen, owners of the acclaimed Princess of Shoreditch.
There's a selection of English ales on tap, as well as Nytimber English wines.
In the first-floor dining rooms, you can enjoy the best of old and new British cooking from head chef Shaun O'Rouke.
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The Lady Ottoline
11A Northington StreetKing's CrossLondonWC1N 2JF
Oh, oh oh...Ottoline! (I feel as though this should be a Van Morrison song. Y'all with me?)
So, this place is beautiful; I love its corner location, and the staff is ON POINT, which is a biggie. Whether you have a reservation or a walk-in, they are polite and accommodating and, well...awesome.
I really really like it for afterwork drinks, and it's on such a lovely street that it's just a...more
Best Roast I've had in a long time. Came with a group of 6 and all out food was outstanding. Day Boat fish n chips is highly recommended as are the variety of roasts on offer.more
A fabulous gastropub close to my flat in Bloomsbury with a small but very good beer and ale selection, good wines, and great micro-distillery whiskies. Food is a cut above other pub fare in the area, though I've never eaten upstairs. Prices are also reasonable, and the service friendly. Can get quite crowded after-work on weekdays.more
Had a lovely Sunday dinner at The Lady Ottoline, Sunday roast was delicious, perfect with Yorkshire pudding, very crispy duck fat baked potatoes and greens; equally good vegetarian dish for my girlfriend, Gnocchi with mushrooms, beet root, horseradish and other vegetables. A bit on the pricey side to be sure, as most "original" gastropubs appear to be. Beer selection good to our taste, three...more
Happened in on a Sunday and was able to get a small table next to the door. My wife ordered the Beef & Yorkshire pudding and I had the Pork Belly & Yorkshire pudding. Both were absolutely fabulous and the roasted potatoes were perfect!!
If you have the opportunity to stop in on a Sunday make sure to make reservations if you have anything more than 2, and take your time, it's a leisurely...more