Eneko at One Aldwych showcases renowned chef Eneko Atxa’s fresh modern Basque dishes in his exciting new restaurant in London’s vibrant Covent Garden. Stylish and relaxed, the restaurant is now taking reservations.
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Eneko at One Aldwych
One AldwychLondonWC2B 4BZ
- 020 7300 0300
- Public transport:
- Charing Cross Covent Garden
I was fairly disappointed in Eneko, when you compare it to the hype and pedigree that the head chef has come from back with its 3 Michelin stars. Maybe if I hadn't read up on him and his food I would've received the food a bit more warmly? But it's a real shame as I think there's a huge amount of potential here, just let down by execution and fine-tuning.
First up, the service is generally...more
I really enjoyed my lunch here (especially as I was here when they had the soft launch offer)
The venue was pretty cool and the staff were friendly. Although not the most attentive, but I guess that's due to the fact that they are all still training, hence the soft launch.
Loved most of the staters and mains, although if I go in the future I'd probably skip the beetrooot as it literally...more
So, like most of the initial reviewers, I took advantage of the soft opening offer - 50% off food, and came for a quick lunch with a couple of friends from work.
As an overall package, it's a good restaurant, the head chef is obviously skilled and has a great palate, the plates are beautifully presented, and the service (despite early days), I found to be welcoming and friendly.
The room is...more
Eneko is a restaurant opened up by Eneko Atxa, a chef who has been working in a three Michelin starred restaurant in Bilbao, bringing his own creative dishes inspired from the basque cuisine One Aldwych hotel.
A beautiful spacious contemporary restaurant and although situated in the basement it had an open ceiling that gives you the high ceiling look. We were very lucky to be seated in the...more
Dinner during the soft launch of Eneko was pleasant enough, nothing amazing or impressive given that the menu is influenced by a 3 Michelin star chef.
The trio pork festival starter presented in a haphazard way with 2 portions squashed inside a glass dish consisted of iberico ham, suckling pig and pork jowl served in a steamed milk bun, deep fried brioche and batter. We shared 2 portions...more