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.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD32.73) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
13 Norfolk PlaceLondonW2 1QJ
We really enjoyed our lunch here. My wife had the mushroom risotto which she just loved. I had the Hereford rib steak which was perfectly cooked. Service was good, but not 100% perfect. Not a big deal, still a 5 star experience. Great cup of coffee here too.more
This is a very nice find near Paddington Station. We decided to try this place for dinner. We did not have a reservation but were able to be seated immediately (though whoever say is seemed perturbed we didn't make a reservation ahead of time). The decor is simple and clean. The seating is a little crowded like so many other places in this city. The food was great. The scallops we ordered were...more
Great find near Paddington Station and the local Hilton hotels. Small, with awesome service, really welcoming staff and good food. I didn't have any trouble walking in at 8:30pm on a Sat night and getting a table. The Steak tartare was great, but with too many raw onions. I am not recommending the prawn and soft shell crab tempura, because the shrimp were diced (to make the look like more) and...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