Wolfe’s is an all-day cafe-restaurant and cocktail bar located on Great Queen Street between Kingsway and Drury Lane. A boiserie dining room and outdoor terrace, serving Modern European food and innovative cocktails all day until late. Easy reach of the Opera House and London’s Theatreland.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
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Wolfe's Bar & Grill
30 Great Queen StreetLondonWC2B 5BB
Top 5 reviews of Wolfe's Bar & Grill
AVOID!!!! All the bad reviews are true. Even though there are some good ones DON'T TAKE THE RISK WE DID. We were a table of four celebrating a friends birthday, and decided to go for the £26.50 set menu.
Starters were OK, I had the lamb but it did not feel like it had been made freshly, which is what you would expect with such prices. My main was awful , I had the Liver which tasted like... more
We had a group of 5 and saw that the resturaunt looked almost empty on a Friday night. E were having trouble getting in other places due to our large group size. This should have been a big warning. The server had difficulty understanding a simple order. The food came out and they forgot to make my son's burger. We were the only table in resturaunt and yet we kept having to leave the... more
This place should not be calling itself cocktail bar (as stated on the website and above the entrance door) when they clearly barely have an idea of what they are doing starting from poor glassware to automatic spirit dispensers which I would find more suited in a Weatherspoon's pub rather than a self proclaimed cocktails bar.
Overall the place looks like it might have been chick 30 years... more
Hey! Going to the theater and need to kill a little time with a drink and a bite to eat? Don't come here. Want a vodka martini with Smirnoff? You better, that's the only way it comes. How about a bite? Hope you like fried food straight from the freezer because that's your only option no matter if it's fish, chicken, calamari, etc. more
Between the Holborn and Covent Garden Station this is a good option if you want a semi-fancy bite to eat and drink with friends.
- I had the Kobe Beef Burger - IT WAS DELICIOUS
- Had a nice ambiance
- The menu had a good selection of foods. Burgers, Pastas, Fishes, Chickens.
- There is a full bar so you can get your cocktail on too.
- At 8pm on a Friday there was no wait for a... more