Located within the five star London Marriott Hotel County Hall, Gillray’s Steakhouse and Bar enjoys a prime position on the South Bank, with picturesque views of some of London’s most iconic landmarks along the Thames, including the London Eye, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament.
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London Marriott County Hall Westminster Bridge RoadLondonSE1 7PB
Amazing food, beautiful view of the Big Ben! The service was wonderful! Had a great Christmas dinner here!!! Best meal in Uk!more
I know you are not supposed to have anything other than steak at a steakhouse but had to comment on the delicious non-steak meal I had here during a work function.
We had three courses: started with cauliflower soup, which was delicious! Though I wished I had ordered the fish chowder.
I ordered the fish although my colleagues had rump steak. It was one of the best piece's of fish I have ever...more
Our waitress was in a hurry to get our orders. Did not the specials. Never came back any time during our super long service to see how our food was or to get new drink orders. Had to flag someone else down when the special was loaded with fish bones, which he fixed fairly quickly .
We definitely won't be back!more
Man, this place was expensive. But it was really good as well.
My little reward to myself in London was to take myself out for a nice steak dinner at a place that wasn't too far from my hotel in Waterloo. Gillray's definitely fit the bill.
After checking my reservation and taking my jacket, they brought me to a nice table and showed me their drink menu on an iPad. Now, the tech stuff is...more
Where do I start? ......... Lovely venue and a beautiful view of the riverbank ........... If you're looking for fresh out the Red Sea kinda fish this is the place! I ordered their fish and chips with mushy peas ..... Whoa! That fish was so fresh I wasn't sure it was even dead! It just falls apart in your mouth unlike other places where you spend a century just trying to cut into the damn...more