Smollensky's on The Strand is a stylish American basement Cocktail bar and Restaurant on one of London's most famous streets. The menu is modern typical American, but also has a few twists to it. It is designed to appeal to all tastes, particularly anyone who loves good meat and fish. The all-American staples include steaks, delicious hickory-smoked Ribs, Chicken wings. There is also salt and pepper squid , scallops, and succulent king prawns, Our famous Jambalaya, sweet boiled crayfish, chicken and spicy chorizo. Homemade sinful desserts, the peanut butter cheese cake is to die for. Our Happy Hour run daily from 5-8pm. The cool bar area at the front is always busy with post-work drinkers and pre theater diners waiting for their tables. Smollensky's always provides a great night out and is an ideal restaurant for any occasion from Birthdays, Hen parties and work events.
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Smollensky's on the strand
105 StrandCharing CrossLondonWC2R 0AB
- Public transport:
- Covent Garden, Underground
This is where our office had our Christmas Lunch and at the same time there were a number of other Christmas parties going on. Despite our table being booked for 2pm it was closed to 3 by the time they actually sat us down. There were also some issues with drinks orders at the start of the night where they didn't actually arrive (!) not great but understandable given how many people were in...more
Came here on a Thursday night. What a horrible smelly dive this place has become! I remember coming for dinner a few times about 10 years ago, and the restaurant was bright and inviting and the food certainly passable. Now it's dank and dingy with food and drink to match.
When we arrived we were told it was happy hour and given a cocktail menu consisting of 4 items. You could have 2 for 1, but...more
Had the lunch special, the steak was pretty good, cooked how I asked. When the bill came it seemed a little high and the waitress said the line item at the bottom was making everything the special price. Quick back of the napkin math and she was overcharging us. She reversed the charges after a time, but long story short check you bill at any of the restaurants with the theatre specials.more
Now I'm not the Doctor (and so afraid I don't have a Tardis - side thought, how would you decide where to go first?!) but if I did and on a whim for a Wednesday evening I decided to return to a 1970's restaurant, I imagine it would take me here.
In a good way though! This place looks exactly as I suspect it looked like when it was first opened in the 1970/ 1980's with a menu to match! Now if...more