Find British classics, from slow-roasted meats to fish and chips, at this Covent Garden stalwart. The chef and management pride themselves in keeping their menu items simple, without compromising at all on taste or quality with seasonally changing specials. Make sure to visit on a Sunday when roasts are the order of the day.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) per diner|
£26 to £40
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Great Queen Street
32 Great Queen Street
- +44 (0)20 7242 0622
Top 5 reviews of Great Queen Street
Hands down the best dining experience I had in a week of eating out in London. This place was spectacular. We were very lucky to get in without a reservation, as we came right at opening time for an early dinner. What made this meal special was that even the small touches were so well executed.
The menu is daily, changing depending on what ingredients are at hand, which is always exciting.... more
Came here last night hoping for a bit of good old nostalgia. I had been here about 10 years ago with the man who is my husband now.
Great Queen Street was a quite upmarket pub then, and we shared a rather good chateaubriand. Sadly this is now a less than average 'gastropub' serving a variety of mediocre offerings.
I had the potted shrimp to start, which was ok, albeit a large portion. The... more
This is an interesting spot... the menu is definitely off the beaten path. After receiving such high reviews I was immediately deflated with my pick when My husband and I sat down to the menu. There were very few items on it that I saw Yelp
listed, I'm sure they change it up frequently, but it was still a shocking selection.
My husband and I had the house red wine (good but sweet) and a... more
Cozy and intimate place in Covent Garden with dim lighting, lively conversations and great food. The service was attentive, and waiters were great at recommending the right dishes.
The razor clams with chorizo was perfectly cooked and beautifully decorated. I found it to be a tad salty, but that came from the combination with chorizo. The veal special was tenderly cooked to perfection. The... more
When have you ever been told that you have to pay for a bottle of wine that was bad? It happened to me at Great Queens Street. Although it was one of my favorite restaurants in London, I'll never go back due to the arrogant and unaccommodating service I received on March 8, 2018. I will try to make this short.
I live in New a York City but I am in London often. On that evening, we were a... more