Part of the Old Bengal Warehouse complex converted by D&D Restaurants into a mega-complex of dining, drinking and retail, this one of two restaurants on the site, the other being New Street Grill. If you opt for the shellfish platter – possibly the best choice here – it will set you back £25 per head. Some of our dishes were on the salty side, but it’s a seafood restaurant, after all. The service was a little unsteady on our visit, particuarly in contrast to the New Street Grill next door.
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16b New St
|Transport:||Tube: Liverpool Street tube/rail|
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Average User Rating
3.5 / 5
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Anyone conscious about class and structural discrimination should avoid this place. I cannot say anything about the food because we left five minutes after arriving. I made a reservation for two with the Evening Standard deal for 6 PM. When we arrived we were directed to a table right by the door. When I requested to change the table (and the restaurant was empty with only two or three people dining), the waitress politely refused, claiming that there were no other available tables. Clearly this was not the case - she had previously said that for 6 there was only one other reservation. It seemed clear that having reserved a table via an Evening Standard 'deal,' this was the only table they were willing to provide.
What made me angry is the hypocrisy with which such restaurants try to capitalize in a low season on 'lower' class people by opening their doors with 'deals', but then show resistance to this treating this very set of customers with dignity and respect. I will never go to this restaurant or any other owned by D&D.
A fabulous place to catch a quick lunch with family, friends or business. A stones throw from Liverpool St Station, this restaurant sits off the busy road, in the quieter sanctuary of New St. With a set-menu of three courses for £19.50, or two courses for £16.50 this is a fishermens friend of a restaurant, with fabulous choices for the seafaring! The paper-wrapped Seabream with artichoke, olive and potatoes was wonderfully well-balanced and the honey roast pheasant was a hit for the gamier in our group. We all enjoyed our starters; the beetroot cured salmon was a smash-hit. The service and atmosphere of this restaurant is down to earth with flourishes in all of the right places but without the fussiness and faff that it all to common in the city. And for those who want to stray off the path, there are oysters, fish cooked to order, whatever fishy foods you like, they'll have it. We also succeeded in getting though three bottles of the South African Chenin Blanc and at £22 a bottle we didn't make too much of a dent, it was very drinkable... All in all, a fabulous restaurant, you can't go wrong here!
I really enjoyed this place. The fish was perfect, fresh and delicious. Staff, very nice. They should be quicker in bring you the menu when you sit down, although I understood because it was pretty busy. We literally closed the place, but the staff put no pressure on us at all. Nice. Price: not too cheap but, hey! you are eating fresh fish!!!
Weekend Brunch: 2/3 courses £16.50/£19.50 & unlimited prosecco £15
Enjoy 2 courses for £16.50 or 3 courses for £19.50. Add unlimited prosecco for an additional £15 per person. Only available on Saturday lunch. Offer applies to set menu.Offer valid until May 31 2017
Set Menu: 2 courses £16.50, 3 courses £19.50
Enjoy 2 courses for £16.50 or 3 courses for £19.50, from a set menu.Offer valid until May 31 2017