Frontline has a clubby, relaxed atmosphere, not surprising when you appreciate that the restaurant sits below a leading club of war reporters dedicated to highlighting global causes and crises. The menu is an uncompromising selection of honest British dishes, with ingredients from independent suppliers and the owner's own farm in Norfolk. A cleverly priced wine list chosen by Malcolm Gluck opts for flat charges rather than mark-ups.
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£68 per person for a micro starter (£12), micro main (£19) and dessert with 2 bottle of wine for 6 people. The "main" was composed by 2 tiny pieces of lamb, nothing special. If you like to go to a restaurant to eat, this is not the place for you. The food quality does not not justify such a high price. And I keep ask myself why pretentious restaurants like this should serve such a small...more
Broad and interesting menu, and a creative range of cocktails. Easy to get to from Paddington. Went with a larger party and everyone was happy - look forward to going again!more
This is one of those restaurants that I've passed by a million and one times but have never even thought to go into nor try out. I'm in a running group in London that runs literally right by this restaurant every Saturday morning. So, when a visiting friend from college and his wife were coming into town and staying in the neighborhood, they decided to choose to reserve a table at Frontline....more
Frontline is the classy restaurant attached to the Frontline Club, which is a haven for journalists and home to many journalist related events and film screenings. Worth checking out if you get the chance to see something there.
The restaurant is equally worth seeing if you like well presented, fancy meals with white linens and attentive service. And I do.
We went for lunch (make a...more
Headline: a bit of British Foodie Heaven
Location: less than a half mile from Paddington station, so sorry if I seem a little raving on this place. It's good - really good. The walls are adorned with photographs that are iconic - the tiananmen square photo showing a guy standing in front of tanks; st Paul's cathedral during the London bombings; and others. It's a history of journalistic...more