Set at the junction of Upper Woburn Place and a delightful Dickensian walkway in Camden, Number Twelve restaurant takes advantage of a great location near Euston station, coupled with the finest market produce used by Chef Stuart Lane to prepare contemporary British and Italian dishes.<br/><br/>Number Twelve restaurant provides a relaxed atmosphere where it is easy to engage in deep conversation without worrying about being overheard. A neutral decor with pillar-box red accents gives a modern, clean feeling to the dining area.<br/><br/>The impressive menu focuses on modern British cuisine with Italian influences, courtesy of rising star chef Stuart Lane, and covers a whole range of dishes including seafood, fowl, vegetarian and meat options.<br/><br/>Accompanying the a la carte and set menus, the international wine list has over 15 bottles of wine available by glass or by carafe.
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Food and DrinkValid from 27 June 2016 to 31 August 2016
This offer is available from June 27, 2016 until August 31, 2016, subject to availability as displayed in the booking interface. Offer excludes service and includes VAT. Not available in conjunction with other offers.
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12 Upper Woburn PlaceLondonWC1H 0HX
- +44 (0)20 7693 5425
Went here with my sister and used a coupon, which we forgot to print out but no worries they just need the Code. We went on a Sunday afternoon.
Overall Service was HORRIBLE, at one point everyone was in the kitchen and NO ONE was there to cater to customers. People cane in with reservations and had to wait...awhile. There was only about 3 of them there. At one point they were having a...more
Had a lovely proper English tea, using the Travelzoo deal for £29 for two. Included a pimms or champagne. Attentive service, wonderful selection of teas and a lovely tray of pastries and sandwiches.more
There is a small terrace out front of Number 12 but it was genuinely too hot to sit outside and wasn't particularly shaded so we were pretty happy when we were seated inside. Our deal this time round was afternoon tea for two including a glass of pimms each but I was pleasantly surprised to be given the option between pimms and prosecco because to be honest I'm not a huge fan of pimms.
You know those restaurants which are priced slightly above average, but the food portions that come out are rather small, but then it turns out the the quality of the food is sublime?
That's Number Twelve.
I was a little confused that everyone around me seemed to be eating 'Dinner for One', until my friend told me it was likely because of the hotel across the street.
Number Twelve has a bit...more
Recently went for afternoon tea with my friend. Normally quite a pricey place to go for afternoon tea, a deal came up and I snapped it up.
We were greeted on arrival with a glass of champage and some dusted strawberries. This was shortly followed by a selection of sandwiches and a beautiful tier of delicious cakes. They then offered us a selection of teas. I chose the Mango, not normally a...more