A member of the chic city bar brand established in 1994, All Bar One showcases eclectic European cuisine and an impressive stock of beers and wines. An extensive wine display showcases a wine stock just shy of 70 bottles, while the diverse menu offers delicious sharing platters and world tapas, succulent hand-pressed burgers and signature main courses. A relaxed, vibrant hideaway, All Bar One is perfect for after-work drinks, or a crowd-pleasing dinner.
|Average main course:||£9.00 (USD11.70) per diner|
|Average food spend:||£23.00 (USD29.89) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
All Bar One
289-293 Regent StreetFitzrovia,MaryleboneLondonW1B 2HJ
- +44 20 7636 8197
Wow. This place has future kitchen nightmare written all over it. The service at the front of the house was more than lacking. No one seated us. No one took our order. The barman and waitress got into sort of argument so they were avoiding everyone. We finally ordered at the bar - and they wanted us to pay ahead of the food. This isn't takeaway! Serve the customer at the table and then you...more
Order: Smoked pull pork burger, Sweet potato fries. Pomegranate tea for two people to share (Alcohol).
The Smoked pull pork burger was good, I wish it had just a tad more BBQ sauce. The Sweet potato fries was the best I have ever had.
Pomegranate tea: Absolutely amazing, very good! I wanted more after I was done.
The waiter was great, I would re-visit this establishment.more
Ok, I'm slightly against ABOs simply because they aren't really "proper" pubs and there are loads of them. However, I acknowledge they do the thing they are supposed to-provide a convivial-if LOUD!!!-environment with good libations. I can't really fault it for that. I hadn't been to this branch for a long while until this visit but it used to be a regular haunt. It's just the same as it was....more
I've been here a couple times now, and everytime, the food and drinks are fine but the service couldn't be worse.
I had the chicken quesadilla and shared the calamaris with a friend. Both dishes were good, especially given the relatively cheap price. I also had the pad thai here before which was rather unique; they used glass noodles instead of flat rice noodles, and the sauce was more...more
It's just by Oxford Circus and I wasn't going to go in until my bus unexpectedly terminated its route and kicked us all off. As a friend of mine was in there I thought I'd grab a drink before heading home.
It was full of the suited and booted and prices reflected a West End bar. We got some seats outside and all was relatively okay. Just nothing special...more