With statement chandeliers, a golden subterranean room and plenty of sophisticated touches alongside a mix of heady cocktails and a creative menu, The Happenstance has made its mark on the Square Mile.
Overlooking St Paul's Cathedral, The Happenstance boasts a striking bar, deli with mixology table and florist, open-plan dining area and opulent private dining room, making it the perfect choice for early morning meetings, leisurely lunches, after-work cocktails or late-night suppers.
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1A Ludgate HillLondonEC4M 7AA
All ambience, no substance. Came here for Sunday brunch. Beautiful and trendy space as per the usual with the D&M restaurant collection. I want all their furniture in my living room. Decent crowd at noon, mostly tourists and families.
The Sunday brunch menu has a small selection of all day breakfast items! Don't order the breakfast items. Soggy toast that reeked of smoked salmon although no...more
We held a private work dinner here and everything went well. Planning was easily coordinated and service during the evening was seamless. In addition, the private room is nicely designed and made a good impression on clients and potential clients. Food was also pretty good. Open WiFi is also nice.more
We were celebrating a birthday so had a booking for 12 people. I was immediately impressed by how cool and spacious the place is. The location is pretty good too, very close to St Paul's.
We got in and were seated pretty quickly but it seemed to take an age for the waiter to come over and get us started with a drinks order. Once we had our food and drinks orders in the service was much...more
First of all they have COCKTAILS! Delicious delicious cocktails with all sorts of fruity goodness...which obviously makes them healthy so that's a gold star right there.
Secondly, they have an incredible menu of food which is both delicious and reasonably priced.
They won me over straight away with the halloumi burger (always a great vegetarian option!!) And with the fish and chips...more
Came here for breakfast. What a mistake!
Nice enough inside. Service was ok, but not exactly going the extra mile.
Had the £7.95 "Proper London Fully Loaded". It was the most pitiful cooked breakfast I've had anywhere. The smallest piece of black pudding. A piece of rind with little meat making up the bacon. All served in a skillet making it hard to really eat. Far too much style of...more