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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Reception staff were a bit much. You're meant to check in with them downstairs but we didn't know that and we had a reservation so we just proceeded upstairs. That didn't go over well with the reception staff and they expressed their displeasure.
The staff at St. Paul's will want to ensure that they are behaving themselves as the resto is close enough to discern otherwise.
The resto is loud...more
Met a couple of friends I hadn't seen in years here last weekend and it was very swanky indeed!
From the moment Mr Debs and myself walked in downstairs, we could see we were in a rather fancy place. I mean, an actual reception area for a restaurant? Colour me impressed! We headed upstairs to wait for the rest of our guests and ordered a couple of schooners of the Organic Hells Lager which...more
Well...such a mixed bag here.
Service was impeccable which helps it keep the 4* rating at the end of the day. The attentiveness and charming nature was really nice.
For starter I had the pork ribs....my god! So much meat on the bone, insanely tender and oooooom nom nom nom nom!!!
SOooooo Barbecoa is billed as one of the cities finest steak houses...so naturally I ordered steak. Went for the...more
Having walked past Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa a few times and stopping by to try and get the pork belly, which I haven't managed to secure yet as it seems extremely popular with the locals,you could imagine the excitement and joy I had when I was able to get it today.
I went for the Pork Belly hotbox, which comes with a selection of beans in sauce, slow cooked pork belly and a rather posh take...more
What a view! This is Jamie Oliver's high-end steakhouse restaurant. The view of St. Paul's Cathedral is amazing! But besides that, the food is also amazing. The Devils cornbread is a must have. It comes in a cast iron skillet, baked with gooey cheese on top. It's a bit spicy, but not so much that it's overpowering. Don't be afraid of the bread with veal butter! The butter had a mild smokey...more