A charming pub in Cavendish Square, The Phoenix brings timeless watering-hole hospitality to this buzzy urban postcode. Food menus feature seasonal dishes made using carefully sourced ingredients, while the drinks list spans from well-chosen world wines, to artisan soft drinks and an ever-changing list of craft beers.
|Average main course||£10.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
37 Cavendish SquareLondonW1G 0PP
- +44 (0)20 7493 8003
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The Phoenix
Very rude and unprofessional service. There are SO MANY options in London and Soho and I've come here three separate times because it's close to me and I was really hoping it would be a good local bar -- it's not.
Doorman are rude. Service people are rude. Unnecessary DJ cover. They act like they are doing you a service for your patronage. Dropped £40 and left in 10 mins. Not with it.
Lovely bar, with a really nice atmoshere.
Shame about the wine list; the only wine I liked wasn't chilled! more
We came here for their comedy event "the Pun Run". The event was about £3.50 a person and held in their ginormous basement full of cushy seats and benches. The event itself was kinda expensive for what it is, especially given that it was run around dinner time to draw in drinks and food sale, but their food was actually really good. We got some beer and cider, and then their southern fried... more
Came here for Sunday roast. Was actually quite intimate since we got a room upstairs just for our family. Everything was great. Served warm and large portions.
My cousin had the vegetarian roast, I think it was a nut roast- surprisingly good!
The staff was really nice and accommodating. more
I would actually give this place no stars if I could. I read other yelp reviews that said that food was good, so I was looking forward to giving it a try. I asked a staff member about seating, he said sit anywhere. I grabbed a high top to the left of the bar, and looked over the menu. After 30 minutes no one had come to take an order, or even looked at me. I finally just got up and left.... more