Baltic Restaurant and Bar, is housed in an eighteenth century former coach builder’s works and although redesigned, the original character is beautifully retained. With wooden trussed ceilings, skylights and clean lines, Baltic diners enjoy a truly unique experience.
Specialising in the cuisines of Eastern Europe, the menu offers an extensive a la carte selection. Also an ideal choice for theatre lovers, with the Young and Old Vice being a few minutes walk away. A pre theatre/set menu is offered at a fixed price of 2 courses for £14.50 or for 3 courses, £17.50. Food aside, the bar has an extensive cocktails list carefully prepared by the specialist bar team.
|Typical meal price:||From £26.00 (USD33.62) per diner|
£26 to £40
Venue Details & Map
Baltic Restaurant and Bar
74 Blackfriars Road
It was complete serendipity that I ended up at the Baltic Bar & Restaurant at all, but I'm glad I did, as it ended up being my absolute favorite meal/restaurant during my week in London! Originally I was planning on going to the Laughing Gravy based on the recommendations of some local UK Yelpers, but I was turned away due to not having made a prior reservation. The host at the Laughing...more
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Close to the tube (southwark is across the street, Waterloo 5 min walk) CHECK
Beautiful venue CHECK
Extensive boozy menu with tons of delish...more
Surprisingly delicious food and amazing service.
My husband and I went here after work last Tuesday. It's a very unassuming restaurant front, with the awning and exterior making you think a cosy place inside awaits you. But nope, first you enter and there are velvet drapes you must walk through. Fancy.
There's a courteous coat check girl to your left and then an intimate bar area you walk...more
I must say that I was deeply disappointed with this place. I was really happy that I found some nice place in London with Polish and eastern Europe cuisine with nice modern interior, not just simple place with bigos and schabowy. I took my friend for lunch and unfortunately I was really disappointed with food they serve there. We had leniwe and dumplings and both dishes were too oily. I know...more
This place has a nice modern, simple look inside and serves some great continental and eastern european food (particulary Polish dishes, although not as many as I thought),
I wanted to have something Polish as I specifically went there for taht and I tried the Pierogi dumplings which were absolutely marvelous. They were really tasty, came with a great dip and was a nice light but still...more