Eastway, formerly Terminus, is a fun, lively brasserie-style restaurant with a relaxed, informal atmosphere, and excellent but laid-back service. The menu is quite eclectic, serving everything from salads and sandwiches to pasta, fish and steaks. All expertly conceived by our Head chef Dominic Teague.
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Eastway, Andaz Hotel
40 Liverpool StreetLondonEC2M 7QN
- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Halal options on menu
- Kosher options on menu
- Nut-free option on menu
- Outdoor dining / Beer garden
- Set price menu
- Vegetarian options on menu
Delicious mushroom risotto! We stopped here for lunch and everyone in our group enjoyed their meal. Classic fish and chips dish.more
I had the bagel with cream cheese, salmon and scrambled eggs. When it first came out, I was a little skeptical about my scrambled eggs on top of my bagel with smoked salmon (was thinking the eggs would come on the side), but it was SPECTACULAR! Every ingredient was top notch and flavorful. I know it may sound silly, but I can't remember the last time I had eggs with flavor in the U.S. The...more
I was really disappointed. I came here for a healthy breakfast so ordered scrambled eggs with a side of spinach and refused bread even though it would have been free with my eggs...the spinach and eggs would have been lonely, were they not drenched in what seemed to be about a block of butter. Suddenly my breakfast was ridiculously fattening and unhealthy.. it makes me angry when you're trying...more
Solid 5-star hotel restaurant, best for breakfast and light lunches. If you're hungry, the two or three course meal deal is great; choose any two courses from a selected menu for only 17 pounds.
We headed to Eastway for a quick, late, light lunch, and found the chicken casaer and the Mediterranean salad to be perfect for the moment. Paired with a very inexpensive glass of South African...more
Eastway is a restaurant adjoining the Andaz Hotel and considered part of the extended hotel complex. If staying at the Andaz, the bill can be charged to the room. The restaurant is also about 20 paces from the Liverpool St Station entrance.
I had breakfast here twice during my stay. Though quality seemed high, everything else seemed to slide:
Prices - High; around 30 dollars (20 GBP) for a...more