Big Easy has transferred its formula of BBQ and seafood from its long-running Chelsea outfit to its second venue in Covent Garden. There's added emphasis here on drinking, with cocktails and spirits served at a spectacular bar.
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Big Easy Covent Garden
12 Maiden LaneLondonWC2E 7NA
Visited here back in January
Friend and I were seated straight away at 7pm even though we didn't book however there was only room at the bar - which was fine for us (not actually bar but bar area with bar stools)
Pretty quick service, friendly staff and good wine
Good choice of food on the menu
Main menu quite pricey for what it is but very tasty food
Would definitely go back with a group of...more
The Big Easy deserves my only five star rating yet. This was the second time that I had visited their Covent Garden venue and it did not disappoint. This time round I ordered the Pit-Smoked Bar.B.Q Chicken Wings to start and The Texas Sliced Slow-Smoked Brisket sandwich for mains. The wings were tasty although a bit too expensive for what you get. The Texas Sliced Slow-Smoked Brisket sandwich...more
The food is amazing!!
We shared pop corn shrimp to start which were so delicious they were gone in an instant!
Then we had the pit smoked ribs and taste o Rama (chicken ribs and pulled pork). The meat was all amazingly cooked with a gorgeous flavour. The BBQ beans were delicious and the coleslaw was a nice addition.
The servers were all amazing. And the decor was appealing and set the...more
Vibrant atmosphere, lightning fast service and last but not least what great food!
I was initially hesitant to don the bib but it's all part of the experience :) We came here on a Thursday and got the steak/lobster deal with a slushie margarita cocktail for 22pp.
Would definitely like to come back, even if it's just for drinks as their bar looked fab too!more
Lots of deals but only available Mondays to Fridays. On Sundays, only the Lobster Fest is available, which is either a whole lobster or a lobster roll with salad and chips, and an alcoholic slushie, for double the price you would pay during the week, at £20. Therefore, considering you get the same at a lower price during the week, it is not good value. Very disappointing too, as the lobster...more