Wolfe's Bar & Grill

About

World famous since 1975, Wolfe's Bar and Grill in Covent Garden has been serving superior burgers and steaks to millions of loyal customers and celebrities for over 30 years. Offering some of London's most innovative cuisine, Wolfe's Bar and Grill creates hearty, wholesome dishes from the finest quality ingredients, each one specially designed by chefs and food experts. The wood-panelled dining room is the setting for a menu of luxurious food, including tender Kobe Beef Burgers and succulent Rib-Eye Steaks. Chic without being intimidating, this popular restaurant also offers lighter snacks and a comprehensive drinks list at the well-appointed Cocktail Bar. Located on Great Queen Street off Drury Lane, near to Covent Garden and Holborn tube stations, Wolfe's Bar and Grill is open every day and offers convenient, casual dining in a lively, vibrant and comfortable setting.

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD32.42) per diner

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  • Two courses plus a glass of wine for £25.50 per person

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    Valid from 1 January 2016 to 28 November 2016

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Wolfe's Bar & Grill

Address
30 Great Queen Street
Holborn
London
WC2B 5BB
Yelp Reviews

2.0 out of 5 based on 9 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Wolfe's Bar & Grill

1.0 out of 5 5 September 2015
by Kaitlin B.

Just cancelled our order and walked out. Despite the plethora of open, window booths in the front, we were led to a dark table in the very back. After asking if it would be possible to move, they switched us to a table even further in the back and said we couldn't move up front.

The menu was a strange mix of French, English, and Chinese, and all the dishes were way overpriced. For appetizers...more

1.0 out of 5 29 December 2014
by Jon W.

Hey! Going to the theater and need to kill a little time with a drink and a bite to eat? Don't come here. Want a vodka martini with Smirnoff? You better, that's the only way it comes. How about a bite? Hope you like fried food straight from the freezer because that's your only option no matter if it's fish, chicken, calamari, etc.more

1.0 out of 5 16 February 2014
by Madeline C.

Food was mediocre, at best. Prices did not reflect quality. Service was awful. They put on a front that they have good service, but the waiters are rude and charge a 12.5% service charge. Definitely not worth it. I'd rather walk 4 more blocks and eat at a cheap pub. They'd have better food and service.

The only plus side was the cheap wine was pretty decent.more

2.0 out of 5 1 December 2013
by Marina M.

This place should not be calling itself cocktail bar (as stated on the website and above the entrance door) when they clearly barely have an idea of what they are doing starting from poor glassware to automatic spirit dispensers which I would find more suited in a Weatherspoon's pub rather than a self proclaimed cocktails bar.

Overall the place looks like it might have been chick 30 years...more

3.0 out of 5 11 November 2012
by Kira O.

Between the Holborn and Covent Garden Station this is a good option if you want a semi-fancy bite to eat and drink with friends.

Highlights:

- I had the Kobe Beef Burger - IT WAS DELICIOUS

- Had a nice ambiance

- The menu had a good selection of foods. Burgers, Pastas, Fishes, Chickens.

- There is a full bar so you can get your cocktail on too.

- At 8pm on a Friday there was no wait for a...more

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