A stunning 7th-floor restaurant perched atop the exclusive South Place Hotel, Michelin-starred Angler offers a quintessentially British menu, specialising in seafood and shellfish sourced from across the British Isles.The kitchen is overseen by Tony Fleming, former executive chef at One Aldwych, and a complementing wine list brings together around 250 carefully sourced bins. A secluded private dining room commands spectacular views of City landmarks, including the Gherkin and Tower 42. Outdoors, a spectacular roof terrace is the city's new go-to spot, especially in spring and summer.
|Durchschnittpreis für ein Gericht||From £41.00 (USD 57.36) pro Gast|
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South Place Hotel 3 South PlaceLondonEC2M 2AF
Top 5 reviews of Angler
We were at the Angler in a group of 8 people and had a most wonderful experience on that evening. All of us had the "Chef's view" menue, which was dominated by different fish dishes, but the chef was flexible enough to also take care of people with diatery requirements (yes, there was one in the group who is allergic to fish and raw seafood).
Lots of little dishes were testing our taste... more
I had the pleasure of staying at the South Place Hotel on one of my recent trips to London and had a business dinner at Angler. Located on the top floor of the hotel, the restaurant is frequented mostly by hotel guests and their business guests but Angler doesn't feel like your typical hotel restaurant. Well known for its locally sourced ingredients and clever twists on traditional European... more
If you have a very special occasion to celebrate (and appreciate fine dining), this is probably one of the best places in the City in which to do it. I've had the pleasure of dining here around 7 times over the last year, and on each visit I've been impressed by the ambience, service, quality of staff and of course calibre of menu (the execution of which being excellent, too).
The sommelier... more
I think I expected something more special for a 2 Michelin restaurant. It was a nice restaurant but it's nothing special. We got the 3-course menu with champagne. The food was alright, although I did especially enjoy their chocolate profiterole dessert! Also there isn't much of a view despite the lovely windows and interior design more
Venue - 5
Service - 4
Food - 4
Value - 4
We had the tasting menu. The food overall was good quality, although there wasn't anything unique or extraordinary. I was expecting larger portions of the seafood especially but was underwhelmed. My friend did not enjoy the pre-dessert and they made us a new one specifically which was extremely accommodating of them. Overall, an... more