After a little refit in spring 2010, this upmarket brasserie is busy nearly every mealtime, a Belgravia clientele venturing towards Victoria coach station in order to partake in roast rack and braised shoulder of lamb, and a pumpkin, spinach and pine nut wellington.
The Sunday roasts are worthy of a Waitrose TV ad, but you’ll pay £27 for the 28-day-aged fillet from the Castle of Mey estate in Caithness. The layout of the main bar lends itself more to dining, but you can drink there.
A 30-strong wine selection includes a dozen at around £6.50 a glass (Levin Wines sauvignon blanc from the Loire Valley, De Alto Rioja) or £22 a bottle. Cocktails include a Basil Fawlty (Belvedere vodka, apple juice, passionfruit and own-made ginger syrup). You’ll find Asahi and Bitburger among the bottled beers, plus Deuchars and Adnams on tap.
|Venue name:||The Thomas Cubitt|
44 Elizabeth Street
|Opening hours:||Open noon-11pm daily. Food served noon-9.30pm daily|
|Transport:||Tube: Victoria tube/rail|
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Average User Rating
4.4 / 5
- 5 star:8
- 4 star:3
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:1
The pub is a good place for drinks in summer given the outdoor feature. The food however is a complete rip-off. The quality is OKish but It is way overpriced and the portions are ridiculously small. Some people might not care but it feels insulting to have to pay a fine dining bill for effectively pub snacks portions. Avoid.
Amazing place, very versatile too. Perfect for a nice, relaxed drinks/lunch & dinner on the more casual Ground Floor and for a more special/formal meal on the upstairs lovely dining room.
By far the most outstanding restaurant in London! Atmosphere is brilliant, food is incredible, and the staff are polite and friendly. Very well priced. Love this place!
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