A trendy open-plan city bar, The Gable offers delicious European classics, ice-cold beers and a 50-strong wine list. In the dining room, glossy tiling, eclectic furnishings and exposed pipes evoke a funky East-end vibe, and a bustling open kitchen showcases the chefs at work. As well as succulent meat cuts and nostalgic 'old school' options, a speciality seafood range is consistently popular.
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25 MoorgateLondonEC2R 6AR
Came here for a drink and some food one lunchtime. They were closing for the afternoon for a function, but we weren't rushed at all. Had steak, which was lovely. Will definitely be coming here again!!!!more
A pretty standard pub in the middle of the City. Does decent food, but they frequently offer 25% off the food bill and accept group bookings, so it's been a stalwart local venue for team/business lunches!
They have basement private rooms with a bar/dance floor, so worth looking into if you're looking for somewhere out of the way that is more private.
Otherwise, nothing particularly...more
I went for lunch with my boyfriend today. Having decided what we wanted before we arrived, we were able to be seated and order pretty quickly.
When I was ordering my drink, the waitress had no clue what I meant, even though I ordered it by the name it had on the menu.
My boyfriend wanted the 'vintage lemonade', which was the only drink with the name 'lemonade' on the menu. They instead brought...more
Staff are soooooo hungover today, really quite a laugh, come down and make fun of them, our waitress just dropped the ketchup pot, twice.
Burger are as good as ever, but no scampi today. Chef forgot to order me thinks.... LOL.
Love the Gable, real people staff and great food. What's not to love!!!!more
This bar/ restaurant is situated just down the side of Londons Guildhall
Unassuming outside you walk of the street in to a buzzing atmosphere in. Bistro setting
We were here to have lunch, a group of 10 celebrating a colleagues birthday
Service was a little slow but it was very busy, food good (I had the haddock) but nothing to write home aboutmore