|Typical meal price:||From £25.00 (USD31.66) per diner|
£25 and under
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54 Commercial StreetLondonE1 6LT
This was my first visit to AB - has a really cosy basement floor, which is where we were sat. There was a group of 8 of us accommodated across a few corner tables, as it is such a small venue it did feel a bit crowded but not an issue (until I needed to squeeze out to use the bathroom!) The staff were really attentive and served drinks immediately. Food was delicious - I tried the smoked...more
Was really looking forward to this but was so disappointed by the meal! I had high hopes because of some of the reviews but there was nothing good about our meal. We ordered the Smoked Garlic Parmesan and Lemon wings (fried) and Big Mama's Favourite with Sweet Gravy (Smoked chicken) with coleslaw and mashed potato sides. The wings were dry, a bit cold and tasteless except for the goopy sauce...more
After a healthy walking tour of the nearby Spitifields Market, I decided to pop in this place that's been on my radar for quite some time. Once I arrived I decided to dine indoors (outdoor available) due too moderate foot traffic. My timing was great, as I had arrived during happy hour (5-7pm). I ordered a cocktail from the choices on the menu.. I must say, not strong at all, must have ordered...more
I did like the relaxing vibe at the new Absurb Bird. Open booth seating for the couples and larger tables for the groups and couples. There's plug sockets for laptop users too.
Sadly as much as the atmosphere has got to offer, food was a real let down and management wasn't great at addressing the issue either after we told them, email them and FB them. The front of house staff were friendly...more
American fried buttermilk chicken. That's what I came for and I left distinctly unimpressed. Technically everything is done right. Service was excellent, portions were humongous, chicken was good quality. However there was something about the breadcrumb that was missing something.
Absurd Bird is a new chicken place. Yes there are a million chicken restaurants all over London now. You've got...more