Discover the adventurous menu at this Michelin-starred, wood-clad restaurant.
Chef Tom Sellers' signature dish is bread and dripping served as an edible candle, which is lit at the table and served with bread to mop up the melted "wax".
|Typical meal price||From £41.00 per diner|
£41 and over
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Venue Details & Map
201 Tooley StreetLondonSE1 2EU
- +44 (0)20 7183 2117
Top 5 reviews of Restaurant Story
So the story here is you can choose between two menus. One is 6 courses long and the other is 10. But before you decide you are generously given a series of canapés. First comes the crispy skin cod w/ smoked cod roe emulsion, carrot tops & gin botanicals then there's radishes filled with kelp butter & Malden salt, "Storeos" the twist of savoury-sweet Oreos, squid ink biscuits sandwiching... more
When your legs don't work like they used to before
And I can't sweep you off of your feet
Will your mouth still remember the taste of my love?
Will your eyes still smile from your cheeks?
i'm glad my legs did work and brought me here after a short walk from london bridge tube.
be prepared for tom to sweep you off your feet.
you will definitely lick your lips and remember.
and you will be... more
After a recent refurb, the place looks much more elegant now. Friendly service from charming Continental staff. The dishes look like beautiful pieces of art, and show a mastery of complex cooking techniques. When we came here in 2013, we found it great fun. As the surprise effect is no longer present, it's still very good food, but the overall experience is less enchanting than at The Fat Duck... more
Story is exactly that - an experience. Each course is a pleasant surprise and crafted with the care and attention to detail you'd expect from a far more expensive meal. Even the drinks are designed with care and attention to detail, and the wine list brings surprises - the Serbian white was phenomenal. A fantastic and innovative dining experience. more
A lot of food with the courses - the only real negative about the food is the beef tallow candle is an attractive and interesting visual presentation but the drippings need a lot of salt to make the dish taste worthy. Otherwise, its soupy and blah.
The wine steward/drinks gent was terrific in his descriptions (we had the wine pairing). However, the various waiters gave varying descriptions... more