Time Out says
This Soho House restaurant is the ground-floor grill, cafeé and bar of the Hoxton Holborn Hotel, on High Holborn. There's a New York feel to the place (think Brooklyn warehouse and you won't go far wrong) and the menu follows suit.
Dishes on the all-day menu include arancini with broccoli and scamorza, pork and veal meatballs with tomato and basil, crab cakes with yuzu mayo, an avocado salad with pecan, apple and a dill yoghurt dressing and a buttermilk chicken burger with sriracha mayo and baby gem lettuce.
A selection of coctkails is on offer too, as well as a wine list that plucks from worlds old and new. Draught beer include Amstel, Heineken, Brewdog Punk IPA and Camden Pale Ale.
199-206 High Holborn
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Average User Rating
4.1 / 5
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Knowing the newly appointed Head Chef, I was keen to see what the Hubbard and Bell was like, both as a venue and the menu.
Both aspects delivered above expectations. The food was delicious, it being a special occasion, the Head Chef went out of his way to make sure everything was just right and more. Explaining the variation and new exciting ingredients he has used and sourced. He made our meal and time there very special.
The atmosphere and ambience of the venue was relaxed and calm with a good vibe.
We returned later in the evening were the music was on point and the overall feel of the place was unpretentious and welcoming.
I came across this place by sheer luck, decided to give it a go and now it has officially become one of my favourite places in London to go to whenever I need to work on my laptop and get stuff done. With lots of tables, comfy chairs (sometimes even too comfy), fast free WI-FI and plugs everywhere, I find this place ideal to sit down, plug yourself and type away, and other people seem to do it too as there are laptops everywhere!
Coffee is strong and well made as well as the hot chocolate. I have never tried their food, other than the "Eggs Bennie" which were well made and flavoursome and some of their cakes which are so-so, but as a coffee/drink chill out place it is top class.
I totally fell for this place mainly as a result of the stunningly stylish interior - but the brunch was pretty awesome too. Can't wait for return for Sunday lunch. Full details and lots of photos on my blog: http://hyhoi.com/2014/11/hubbard-bell-cafe-hotel-bar-restaurant/
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