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Smith & Wollensky UK in City of London,Westminster

7,7

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This is a proper US steakhouse, with thick cut steaks, bone in & cooked to perfection. Oysters to start, followed by a delicious bone in sirloin with incredible onion rings. Good selection of wines & excellent service. As good as anything in Vegas or NYC.
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09 February 2019
10.0
A really wonderfully aesthetically pleasing restaurant to look at on arrival. It looked like something from a Gatsby movie or set.
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22 February 2019
8.0

Offer Comparison

3 courses & a glass of bubbly: £35
2-Course Brunch Set Menu £22
3-Course Brunch Set Menu £26
New Year's Eve menu at £125 per person
New Year's Eve menu at £125 per person

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J Sheekey

16/03/2019: A pre-Theatre visit was dealt with in plenty of time and we didn't feel rushed. The ambiance is as welcoming as I remember, lots of dark wood, close tables, buzzing atmosphere and far, far bigger inside than you expect. On a Thursday evening at 6pm there didn't seem to be a spare table in the place and the staff were certainly busy. They were professional overall if not particularly warm. I started with the Seafood soup which was very tasty but would have benefitted from the addition of croute, parmesan and rouille as accompaniments, as it was rather too much like a bowl of soup than an experience, albeit tasty. The Fish and Chips as a main looked delicious but most of us opted for the Fish Pie. The sauce of the pie was very tasty but it came out warm, not hot which concerned me a little. However, it was a good portion and there was plenty of fish. The bread that was placed on the table was absolutely delicious, so full marks on that score. With 2 bottles of wine between 6 of us, the bill came out at £60 a head, not particularly expensive but on the high side for soup and pie. J. Sheeky is not somewhere that I would automatically place on my radar as there are places that grab me more, but for a quick bite before going to see a show, it provided a very nice environment with reasonable food and not so noisy that we couldn't enjoy the company we were with. One strange policy however, is the fact that we wanted to treat the people we were with to say thank you but the restaurant will only take payment from the person who made the booking - or that person has to give their permission for someone else to pay. This rather defeated my intention and was somewhat pretentious for this type of restaurant. Whereas the policy is seemingly because people get offended if someone else pays the bill, it ended up offending me because of the officious way it was dealt with.
06/07/2019: Uno de nuestros favoritos cuando está en la zona e ideal para cenas antes del teatro. Esta última visita fue para el almuerzo y nos sentamos en la terraza en un día cálido y soleado. El servicio fue excelente en todo momento, excepto por un contratiempo al principio cuando solo nos trajeron uno de los dos menús, pero por lo demás eficiente, amable y nada pretencioso. La comida era absolutamente excelente, gran degustación y porciones de buen tamaño para un almuerzo. Los platos principales vienen sin adiciones, por lo que los lados son una necesidad.
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FishWorks - Swallow Street

27/04/2019: Time was when Fish Works had branches spreading from central London to the SW suburbs and beyond to such places as Bristol and Bath. There was a nice branch in Richmond in the shed-like structure (now housing a branch of Buenos Aires steakhouse) with a cookery school upstairs and rustic seaside artwork on the walls. In more recent years it has focused on two more upmarket central London venues in Marylebone High Street and this branch in Swallow Street between Piccadilly and Regent Street sitting in a line of restaurants. There is an impressive fishmongers at the front. The menu is familiar including the taramasalata and dips for which there is never enough bread, amongst the mains a fish stew with a £1 donation to a fishermen’s charity; sharing platters of mixed seafood; various specials including Dover sole. My wife and daughter played it safe with fish and chips and fish goujons and chips respectively. I chose a ‘special’ of hake fillet with mash. Except it wasn’t particularly special: the fillet was fairly small and a little undercooked; I didn’t greatly enjoy the mash which was over seasoned with garlic. Not terribly good value either at £23.95. Have had much better hake dishes chez Rick Stein and cheaper too. Espressos rather weak and watery. Was interested to learn a third branch is replacing a branch of Loch Fyne in Covent Garden Fish Works may need to up its game if it is to expand further.
27/02/2019: 前から目をつけていたこの店に直行、夕飯です。入り口に、生の魚が、氷の上に並べられて、売られています。見るからにグッとサインで、期待が高まりました。店の雰囲気も良く、うまそうな物を狙って注文したつもりですが、ごく普通でした。味つけは、イタリアンを真似ていますが、真似ている程度。これだけ、新鮮な素材にこだわっているのだから、もう少し何とかならないのかという不満が出ました。二度目は、ないかも。

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