Scoff & Banter Bloomsbury offers great British soul food and is near the British Museum, on Great Russell Street right in the heart of Bloomsbury. The restaurant features cool marble floors and comfortable leather chairs. On the walls, specially commissioned artwork gives a modern interpretation of the Dutch masters.
Scoff & Banter Bloomsbury is popular for afternoon tea and, being located just 5 minutes from the Dominion Theatre, it’s perfect for pre-theatre dinner and post-theatre drinks.
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- Access into the Building
- Flat routes from parking area to entrance
- Catering Facilities
- Set price menu
- Theatre menu
I hosted a client here for lunch and found this restaurant, if you could call it that, to be highly disorganized and disappointing. After confirming the reservation multiple times, I arrived at the restaurant to find it half-empty, with no large tables or seating areas set up for our party of 11. I told the maitre'd (which was just the waiter) that we had arrived, and he seemed clueless as to...more
Shame on you, Scoff and Banter.
I would give this restaurant zero stars if I could. I stayed at the hotel and loved their breakfast but was greatly disappointed about my dinner.
Upon entering the dining room, noone paid attention to the fact that someone had entered. Confused, I asked a waiter who was zipping by if they were open for dinner and in fact, yes, they were. He led me to a table...more
£5 mojito Happy Hour and very spacious bar area. Plus, summer is coming. Put two and two together and it sounds like I will be back again.more
I had dinner here a few weeks ago and I must say I enjoyed.
The place was quiet (sorry, I hate very loud restaurants), our waiter was very helpful and my food was good. It is true that my order (toad in the hole) wasn't something very complicated to prepare, but it tasted very good.
The only thing I didn't like was the price of the water: 5 pounds per bottle :Omore
2014 YELP 365 CHALLENGE - 229/365
I had NEVER heard of this restaurant before coming here a few days ago. My dad and I wanted to dine at Steak & Lobster across the street, but they were fully booked for the evening, so the employees there directed us to Scoff & Banter, their sister restaurant located across at the Radisson. My dad and I didn't really know what to do since the people at Steak...more