About The Blue Door Bistro

The Blue Door Bistro provides a welcoming and informal bistro-style setting, with a fantastic menu to match. Light and airy at lunchtime and warm, cosy and candlelit by evening, the room is decorated on three sides with an antique panoramic view of London circa 1849: together with the rich mahogany panelled walls, effective use of mirrored glass, and contemporary wrought iron wall lights, an ambience rooted in the hotel's location is beautifully achieved. Executive chef, Martin Halls, used the finest of seasonal British ingredients, seasoned with the freshest of herbs from Chef's kitchen garden. With a wide range of vegetarian dishes and salads, commended with an AA rosette for its cuisine, you can rely on good honest food and impeccable service. We only use free range eggs and are committed to using sustainable fisheries for our fish supplies.

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  • Summer BBQ Menu

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    Valid from 1 June 2014 to 1 September 2014

    This offer is available from June 1, 2014 until September 1, 2014, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers. This promotion has additional information available. Click on the link(s) to view.

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Venue Details & Map

Address
The Montague on the Gardens
15 Montague Street
WC1B 5BJ
Public transport:
Russell Square, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

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Ranked #102

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