A collaboration between the National Theatre and local social enterprise Coin Street Community Builders, The Green Room serves ethically-sourced British food. With theatrical decor and features recycled from the theatre, it is a uniquely modern setting with an exciting and varied menu. The venue is also home to a bar and a sustainable garden.
|Prix type par repas||From £25.00 par personne|
£25 and under
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Détails et plan du lieu
The Green Room
- Adresse :
101 Upper GroundLondonSE1 9PP
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Critiques de Yelp
Top 15 reviews of The Green Room
I had the pork belly with kimchi-coleslaw. It was a really excellent dish -- absolutely loved the tender pork belly and the amazingly flavourful (and plentiful!) kimchi-coleslaw on the side which went perfectly with the pork belly. All the other dishes our group ordered looked good -- the barbecued hake and chicken caesar salad. All of our desserts were fantastic too -- I loved my sorbet and... En savoir plus
I have been intrigued by the look, name and the location of this restaurant, I am not a thespian but just a mere eater of two things i.e. food the thespians work. So you can say I was quite full, the atmosphere of the place was buzzing, the music sublime and subtle but the taste of the food was gentle but gives you the punch with flavours akin to a rather good seasoning. I am Jamaican by birth... En savoir plus
Stopped in while walking by while exploring London. Great drinks. Nice beers. They have an amazing outdoor sitting area with some comfortable chairs. Great place to spend an afternoon. En savoir plus
As if I needed more reasons to love the NT. Been here a few times and the staff are always incredibly friendly and helpful, lovely ambience. The food's all locally sourced and seasonal, with clearly labelled allergy requirements on the menu.
I opted for the lamb with butternut squash and greens: beautifully tender meat, incredible gravy and a good portion size too. Then the creamy heaven of... En savoir plus
Came in on a Sunday and the restaurant had a decent number of staff and customers. It's linked to the National Theatre, and as it was closed, I thought it would be quiet. As it's a tiny bit out of the way it's great it attracts business so well.
There's plenty of food and drink to choose from with vegan and gluten free options, personally not important to me but to some people I was with.... En savoir plus