Had a very disappointing dinner at Scoff and Banter in Covent Garden last night, (18/2/14). Mess up with the order taking meant that our meal was almost an hour getting out of the kitchen. When it arrived, it was wrong. We were going to the Theatre so did not have a lot of spare time to play with. I appreciate the managers efforts to reduce the bill and give some free drinks - he tried bless him - but the reality was that it was a pretty dreadful experience. Do not recommend the place.
Scoff & Banter - Covent Garden
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With its prime location in London’s Covent Garden, Scoff & Banter is an obvious choice for theatre-goers; the Cambridge Theatre is just across the bustling Seven Dials. Cocktails here are full of the spirit of the fruit, flower and spice stalls of the old Covent Garden market – the inspiration behind the cocktail list. From the bar’s delectable small plates to the comfort and conviviality of the restaurant, Dial is about shared experience. Set inside the Mercer Street Radisson Blu Edwardian hotel, Scoff & Banter specialises in modern European cuisine. The a la carte menu is full of classic European dishes prepared with market-fresh British produce, while the fragrant spices of the bar’s meze menu hint at the more exotic climes of Greece and the Middle East. A hub at the heart of Seven Dials, Scoff & Banter is a chic urban eatery but without an ounce of pretension.
Scoff & Banter - Covent Garden 20 Mercer Street Covent Garden