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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One of my favourite restaurants. I've been to the take-away version a few times and thought it was some of the most tender meat I've ever tried. The main restaurant was no different. Both the Pit Beef and the Pulled Lamb were stunning, full of flavour with a decent amount of salad to go with it. The creamed spinach was beautiful too. Good size portions and excellent service. I'm sure I'll be...more
Very decent on the whole. Steaks were cooked well. Impressive wine list. Service was great. However the bone marrow was a bit poor.more
My Fiancé and I came here to celebrate our one year anniversary.I grew up in a
Family of chefs and also work in the hospitality tourism industry. We were really excited knowing that the standards would be high but unfortunately found our experience mediocre.
Our server was polite but seemed unenthusiastic. She offered no recommendations either. We started our meal with the cracklings and...more
I was there for a business lunch at the suggestion of a colleague. I had the fillet which was perfectly cooked but a little bland even with the addition of hollandaise sauce and a little marrow drippings. The steak was accompanied by I single serving of bone marrow which was delicious.
No starter for me as a steak for lunch was already uncharacteristically heavy for me.
Crammed spinach on...more
Had an excellent meal here! Started with some bites of pork scratching which were excellent. Recommend the squid ink crackers too they were good. This went down nicely with some cocktails. Highly recommend Jessica Rabbit very sweet but goes down nicely.
For starters we had a bit of everything to share. The ribs and the chicken are excellent. As are the crab.
Once these were finished we were...more