The former Bar Music Hall has been transformed into a Texan eatery and bar serving one of the largest selections of bourbon in London. Live music is put on seven days a week, echoing the offering at the sibling Blues Kitchen in Camden.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) par personne|
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The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
134 Curtain RoadLondonEC2A 3AR
Top 5 reviews of The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Really loved this place, nice ambience good food. Thankfully place had few vegetarian options and nice music. All in all had good time there ,will go again . more
Pretty good food, nice vibe and atmosphere. The space is HUGE, and even has a stage for live acts. I had the burnt ends from the combo meal section (includes fries and slaw). They were ok, not amazing. The meat was really fatty and we kept having to spit out half chewed pieces we couldn't stomach swallowing. I also tried the hot wings and the corn bread, the wings were great, corn bread... more
I had a pretty bad experience with this venue last night when I was refused the entry even though I had already got tickets. The full story: since there was a very good brass band playing (NY brass band) I decided to buy advanced tickets for me and my two friends to make sure we could get in. So we went for ONE pint to bulldog, then a nice dinner in Sông Quê Café (with tap water). Then we... more
The Blues Kitchen definitely exceeded our expectations- especially on a dead Sunday night in London! I came here at the beginning of my trip in Europe at the advice of the pocket travel book we had and I'm so glad we made the trek across the city to get here!
When we walked it, we were shocked at how CROWDED the enormous room was, it seemed like everyone had the same idea we did. After... more
Overrated place. Atmosphere is cosy but loud. Food is very salty or just drenched in too much sauce. Presentation is nice though. more