Named the UK's first barbecue steakhouse and founded by treasured TV chef Jamie Oliver, Barbecoa presents a lovingly-crafted menu of meat dishes. Overlooking St Paul's Cathedral, the flaming open kitchen at Barbecoa restaurant features tandoors, fire pits and robata grills.
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New ChangeThe CityLondonEC4M 9AF
- Public transport:
- Mansion House, Underground
Barbecoa was excellent and very reasonably priced given it is a Jamie Oliver restaurant. I had a smoky bourbon sour, the crispy pork cheeks, and the ribs. The only complaint on the ribs were that the short rib was a touch on the chewy side. I like that but some people don't. We got the double pork chop and my friend didn't like it so they immediately replaced it with the beef which was...more
Excellent resturant with a super nice view!
One can think a lot from Jamie Oliver, but this restaurant is worth the money. The food was just excellent and I really liked the service. We were two adults and three kids, everyone enjoyed their dinner and drinks. They made awesome non-alcoholic coctails for the kids too =)
All in all, I will visit again. This is perfect for dinner with friends...more
The food menu is very meat heavy with no fish or vegetarian options for the main course. The starters section has a few seafood options like Calamari, Scallops and the Chargrilled Wild Tiger Prawns w/ Flamed Mango Salsa (£13) which we ordered and were delicious. I'm a fan of Pork Scratchings and insisted we get a portion, which came with a subtle Apple & Thyme Sauce (£4). They were quite...more
A high concept enterprise- good views of St. Paul's , a buzzing atmosphere, and seemingly thousands of beautifully turned out staff, all standing round looking efficient. In this respect, I think it has the edge on Madison ( which is also in New Change).
Now, food wise , this is (as if you need me to tell you) a BBQ place, first and foremost. The meat is undoubtedly good, well aged, etc etc,...more
Can't complain about a well cooked steak.
Came here on a Sunday evening for a friend's farewell dinner. I imagine the crowd on a weeknight is quite different, given the location. We ordered the chateaubriand and bone-in rib-eye to share. Both were cooked to a nice medium rare. The beef itself had great dry-aged flavor.
My only complaint was the plating of the rib-eye. If you're going to...more