A member of the chic city bar brand established in 1994, All Bar One showcases eclectic European cuisine and an impressive stock of beers and wines. An extensive wine display showcases a wine stock just shy of 70 bottles, while the diverse menu offers delicious sharing platters and world tapas, succulent hand-pressed burgers and signature main courses. A relaxed, vibrant hideaway, All Bar One is perfect for after-work drinks, or a crowd-pleasing dinner.
|Average main course:||£9.00 per diner|
|Average food spend:||£23.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
All Bar One
5-6 Picton PlMaryleboneLondonW1U 1BL
- +44 20 7487 0161
Nice little spot for some afterwork drinks, away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street. They have a range of drinks, including cocktails (and the gin cocktails are served in the Copa glass which is always a bonus), they have a happy hour on cocktails (Called "Five O'Clocktails" - love it!) offering a selection of cocktails for £4.95. I also like the sharing cocktails they do, which is...more
Just like the other cookie cutter bars in the chain, this is no exception. The décor is the same, the furniture is the same, it's just the layout that is different. Beer is good and in nice mugs and being a Friday it was packed with people. We got drinks from the bar so didn't experience the table service, but tables and chairs have really been jammed in there, it's almost impossible to walk...more
This branch of All Bar One acquits itself well for a chain.
Nice decor with touches of wood and brass that contrast well against the bright white paint. The staff here were friendly and efficient, and seemed to be well trained.
Standard offering drinks wise - nothing above and beyond the London norm.
There really is not a huge amount for me to say beyond that!more
Popped into this All Bar One the other day with a friend who was working at Selfridges. She had heard the food was good. It wasn't, um, bad I suppose...
Let's start with the ambiance. We all know from the millions of these places dotted round town that it's large, soulless and impersonal, but they do nice drinks. Good wines and beers and such. Next time I'll stick to that, as the food...more