Described as 'seductively cool and atmospheric' by The Guardian, Menier Chocolate Factory comprises a restaurant, bar and theatre. Restored to its former glory and now one of London's most eclectic venues, guests can enjoy an award-winning modern European menu at Menier restaurant. Bare brick, timber beams and exposed pipes make for an edgy, industrial-chic vibe inside.
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Menier Chocolate Factory
53 Southwark StreetLondon Bridge,BoroughLondonSE1 1RU
- +44 20 7234 9610
I can't really comment on the restaurant side of Menier Chocolate Factory as I didn't dine there although after the experience of their theatre I'm not sure that I would want to.
I visited for a preview show of Dinner with Saddam and the tickets were £30 so not the most expensive. My main problem throughout the first half of the production was the seating. It is in a sort of bench layout with...more
The Menier Chocolate Factory, is not actually a factory. It was originally a factory and warehouse for the Minier Chocolate Company of France, when they started to expand overseas in the mid 1800's. It was listed a grade II building in the 1990's after being left derelict in the 1908's. The Menier Chocolate Factory was opened in 2004 in its current incarnation as a small theatre (180 seats),...more
Absolutely disgusted about last night, we had got badly delayed in traffic, so I got out of the car leaving my wife to park the car, I explained to the girl on the door and she said that there would be no problem as our seats were right at the back of the theatre; however, when my wife got there the box office manager would not let her in and was extremely abrupt and unhelpful. Shame as the...more
First off, I'm not sure why Menier is listed under "Chocolatiers & Shops". To call Menier a Chocolatier is like calling calling a jellyfish a fish. It's not a fish, and though it has the word 'jelly' in it, and it has gelatinous structure, that's not really all it's about.
I've visited Menier Chocolate Factory a couple of times before; once for a games night, and once for a play. Both times,...more
Average price 20 pound, with a very nice ambience and a good table service. It looks like a theatre, and I guess it's because is part of the adjacent building. I tried the meat and I was really satisfied by the portion and the taste. The also have some good red wines and coffee.more