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22 Bloomsbury StreetBloomsburyLondonWC1B 3QJ
- +44 20 7637 4555
Since Tas is located directly across from the hotel I stayed at during my last London visit, a family member and I opted to eat here after we spent a very long day on the train and Tube alike. While we stopped in planning to not eat THAT much due to it being a little late, we quickly ended up ordering more than we expected simply due to the delicious nature of the menu!
We ended up sampling...more
I booked this restaurant for the Yelp book club for two reasons: 1) It was in Bloomsbury where Virginia Woolf lived and 2) In her book, the main character goes to Turkey for awhile. So this place seemed like a great idea.
We had two last minute drop outs, and they easily adjusted our table to fit four instead of six. We chatted for a bit, and kind of decided what we wanted, but no server was...more
We stopped in after a long day at the British Museum. I didn't have internet so I couldn't check Yelp and just went in on a whim. They have a great selection and were able to accommodate both my husband's dairy allergy and my gluten allergy. The Mr had fish and chips and said it was the perfect amount of crispy and flaky - the best he had when we were in the UK. I was so jet lagged that I...more
I'm going to have nightmares of this restaurant forever! This place will haunt me like Freddie Kruger. I don't think I've ever given a restaurant a 1 star, but I shutter at the thought of letting anyone eat here ever!
Tas was the worst dining experience I've ever had. Upon arrival the wait staff as rude. But Yelp loved this place so I overlooked it. When the soup came out cold and the salad...more
After a long trek across London, it was time to eat before tackling the British Museum. After a brief wander around the streets near the museum, we found this vegetarian-friendly restaurant.
We felt a little underdressed entering the dining room in our touristy walking clothes and comfy shoes, but the service was lovely (though one of our waiters was a little hard to understand because he...more