A distinguished steak house in Westminster, Blue Boar offers a menu of melt-in-the-mouth meats. Taking inspiration from the masterful American pit-cooking techniques, the Blue Boar chefs use the finest British ingredients to create its range of richly-flavoured, slow-cooked meats.<br/><br/>Named after an inn that served the workers of Wesminster more than 600 years ago, the Blue Boar dining room features plush, private members club-style décor.
Venue Details & Map
37-45 Tothill StreetWestminsterLondonSW1H 9LQ
- Public transport:
- St. James's Park, Underground
Worst service ever... Sat down, no waiter ever came. Had to request menus and to order. The waiter never checked up on our meal. The food was below average. Cool, traditional environment... But thats all they having going for them. Clearly miss managed.more
My family and I had a very good lunch today here in the pub, and I was pleasantly surprised. Based upon the reviews from customers, I was expecting mediocre food and service. My family and I are visiting London for vacation and we are staying at the St. Ermins hotel. We wanted to have a very late lunch someplace convenient as I had twisted my ankle yesterday and couldn't walk very far. The...more
Horrible Christmas Dinner! I had reserved for Christmas dinner based on the menu shown online and also clicked the box for "A la carte" when reserving thru Open Table. I was put off when the restaurant called me asking for a credit card to confirm and stated we would have to pay £40 each if we cancelled. Normally that is stated on most websites and by Open Table but I went with it. When we...more
I'd been looking forward to lunch at The Blue Boar (I walk past it every day), and was not disappointed by the interior which was clean, slightly corporate but nice.
We ate in the restaurant part out the back, but unfortunately the food was less than spectacular. I had the burger, and the best part of it was the toasted bun (brioche). The burger meat reminded me of something like GBK, not...more
Stumbled across this place on a wet autumn London day when my default nearby sandwich bar was out of action due to power outage.
My initial impressions were (a) this is new - pass by relatively frequently and haven't noticed before (b) big windows and spacious (c) reasonably priced lunch options - baguette with full service not much more than pre-packed option at nearby takeouts.