The Norfolk Arms is a gastro pub, serving excellent modern English food in a tapas style. Food is available is available seven days a week. Situated North of Russell Square tube station, the Norfolk Arms is within 5 minutes walk from both Kings Cross and Euston tube stations.
|Prix type par repas||From £26.00 (USD 36.38) par personne|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
28 Leigh StreetLondonWC1H 9EP
- Public transport:
- Russell Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Norfolk Arms
I am so impressed by this place. First, the manager was kind enough to provide takeaway boxes for me and even wrapped the peppers stuffed with cheese in aluminium foil so they wouldn't drip through the box. I also got the Blue cabrales bruschetta, toasted walnut, wild thyme honey and whilst the flavour was phenomenal and the cheese portion generous, I was a bit disappointed it was all on only... more
On our last night in London my wife and I decided to get lost to find a hidden gem. To locals this might not be hidden (as the place was packed) but to us it was not near a main road so it was by chance that we found it.
My wife has been on the hunt for beef roast with Yorkshire pounding. They had it and she ordered it. I was having a hard time because everything sounded so good so I ask for... more
We ate here a couple of weeks ago and found it average at best. Its disappointing to me as we purposely sought it out for dinner that night.
We visit Spain a lot and love tapas - we accept that when you get it in the UK usually you will pay more than Spain. However the prices here are steep even for London for what you actually get. The service was spotty we felt like we were an inconvenience... more
This is a lovely, dog friendly, pub to wander over to on a nice sunny day or lunch out with colleagues.
Good mix of Spanish and Greek tapas that you can share with others or snarf down yourself. ;) more
It's a pub! But it's a tapas place! It's a pub! BUT IT'S A TAPAS PLACE!
What a delight you are, Norfolk Arms!
Although they do have larger plates (see: rotating menu, but standards like roast chicken and pork with crackling) the key here is to explore their tapas and 'boards' selections. In the case of the latter we're talking a meat board with four types of charcuterie, a cheese board... more