Following the success of the original St Paul's restaurant, Jamie Oliver brings Barbecoa's brand of slow-cooked meats, indulgent desserts and creative cocktails to Piccadilly. Serving breakfast through to dinner, via afternoon tea, meat leads the menu at this grand restaurant and bar.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (€29.30) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
194-196 PiccadillyLondonW1J 9EX
Top 5 reviews of Barbecoa Piccadilly
Hard to rate the food or cocktails considering how atrocious the service is. I came for dinner on a Friday night, place wasn't busy yet had to sit and wait for 20 minutes with zero acknowledgement from anyone to the point I had to get up and ask a waiter to take my order. I don't care about location, view or anything if I can't even get a drink. Also this place is not cheap so won't be...Read More
Beautiful restaurant in a great location. Super friendly staff and very knowledgable in their menu. Have been here on multiple occasions and has not disappointed. Everything we've ordered from the steaks, chicken desserts & starters have always been full of flavour and cooked so well. We're
Not the biggest of raw seafood fans but everything from the oyster bar is very impressive. Cocktails...Read More
Had dinner here the other week after having been at their One Exchange venue a year ago. The drinks at the bar were good and the downstairs area was larger than expected from the outside. Food (Chateaubriand - medium rare, a few sides) was very good and on point.
I think my personal highlight was the dessert. Their sundaes are HUGE! One was enough for my wife and I to share and we both had...Read More
Really enjoyed Barbecoa. The The food was tasty, we had; croquettes of pulled beef, chateaubriand- rare, with sides of broccoli and creamed spinach. Sadly, they don't yet serve mac and cheese at this location.
I can recommend the cocktails too, I had two and they were both very good. I asked the recommendations of the bar staff and they did a good job of living up to my taste buds. Also...Read More
We went just for drinks with some friends visiting out of town. Despite it being on a Saturday evening and without reservation, we got a table looking out to the street.
I had a cocktail named Hugo Attends the Funeral (or something closely aligned), made of gin, elderflower juice, lime and soda. It was a very refreshing drink, though I wished they had served more of it for the price of £12....Read More