Newman Street Tavern will be serving elegant British food, using the best seasonal, specialist and wild produce from around the UK in our Tavern and beautiful dining room. We will be serving the very finest British shellfish, the best free range quails & chickens, properly hung game, unparalleled day boat fish from the Helford under 10m fleet, beautiful vegetables and herbs, not to mention wild produce at its peak. Our wines come from small producers who share our values of excellence and integrity in their product, and our ever changing regional ales will share the bar with a classic cocktail list.
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Newman Street Tavern
43 Newman StreetLondonW1T 1QQ
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
Surprised by the many low ratings here, I feel compelled to say that this place is not that bad, at least not according to the time I visited in Feb this year. Just an old-fashioned English tavern in the heart of London; more rustic than vintage Newman Street Tavern offers a one-page range of food from which to choose as well as the usual variety of pub drinks. There are the likes of crab,...more
Newman Street Tavern were giving away free pancakes with your coffee or tea for Pancake day. A good excuse to go to a undiscovered pub.
I ordered a latte and had a good look around.. definitely a lovely interior. But I was here for the food. There was no sugar on the table and the place was swamped with the breakfast crowd. Only one waitress on the floor and at least 15 tables to serve.
I was pretty apprehensive when my sister chose this place for dinner given the less-than-stellar reviews that the place has garnered but if you never try, you'll never know, right?
We went in on a fairly quiet Tuesday night. The place itself feels pretty nice - it's going for the cosy pubby feel with mid-to-high end gastro prices. Sneaky, right? The ceilings are pretty high (the bar is...more
My partner and I organized a large group dinner at Newman Street Tavern, and overall, I felt it was a good take on traditional British food with some bad service issues.
While we were in London, we hosted a dinner for seven people on the top floor of the restaurant. Newman Street Tavern came to our attention because we asked the concierge at the Dorchester what is a good gastropub in the...more
I arrived at Newman Street Tavern with fairly high expectations after hearing good things. Upon arrival it was apparent that they had somehow screwed up the reservations, they repeatedly claimed that our table would be ready in a few minutes while at the same time running around like headless chickens trying to figure out where to seat our fairly large group. After waiting 15 minutes past our...more