Jason Atherton's Michelin-starred restaurant serves modern British food with international influences. The menu has been designed for maximum flexibility, with a wide choice of snacking plates. If you have a sweet tooth, don't miss the dessert bar, where you can stop by for dessert even if you haven't eaten in the restaurant.
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Pollen Street Social
8-13 Pollen StreetLondonW1S 1NQ
Perfection at its finest! What can I say? This is definitely one of the best meals we ever ate. From its understated element decor to the exceptional service from the get go, we knew we were somewhere special. The chef started us with a mushroom broth reminiscent of our dining years ago at Alain Chappel in France. Then we had course after course of the most interesting and the most...more
I ate at the bar a few weeks ago and was not disappointed. The service was excellent and the variety of interludes and amuse bouche lived up to a restaurant of this reputation
I started with the Yellow Crocodile, a drink with the glass coated in powdered sugar which you were supposed to lick as you drank each sip. It was a very complex cocktail and amazingly prepared though I would probably...more
One of my favorite restaurant in London!
Food was very innovative and service was attentive!
I love all the appetizers we ordered and they are not just delicious but unique combination of ingredients (see photos).
For entree we got the whole roasted duck to share, it reminds me of the whole roasted chicken in NoMad restaurant in New York (the presentation was almost identical). Their duck for...more
Good food, good service, nice ambience - but not cheap.
We had the tasting menu, which comprised of quite good modern fare with a touch of classical French - but the fun part was when they moved us to the pastry bar to watch the pastry chefs make our desserts.
Overall, it was worth the price but don't expect much (if any) change from £300 for two.more
Lovely modern french restaurant. First proper meal in London for me on my first visit. Came on the recommendation of colleagues, and was not disappointed. Had a 3-course set lunch, but with all the additional amuse bouche and petit fours, might as well have been an 8-course meal!
Service is polite and pleasant. They have a full service bar and an excellent selection of spirits and cocktails....more