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Madison Restaurant

Restaurants St Paul’s
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Venue says Rain or shine, head on up to the sixth floor for a rooftop lunch inside the restaurant and enjoy panoramic views over the city as you dine.

Time Out says

The roof of One New Change provides a really special spot to eat and drink. The stunning St Paul's cathedral is directly opposite in all its baroque glory – designed in the seventeenth-century by Sir Christopher Wren – which you can get a first-rate view of from Madison's comfy sofas or heated roof terrace. The food menu offers Manhattan-style dining, with grilled dishes, salads and burgers, while the beverages include cocktails, bubbly, beers and wine.

Madison Restaurant says
Madison is the iconic London rooftop, featuring panoramic views over the City and live music. Join us for our set menus including 2 courses for £20 or 3 for £25 at lunchtime, and 3 courses and a glass of bubbles for £35 at dinner time.

On the weekends, head up for rooftop DJ sessions, join us for Beats n Brunch every Saturday from 12pm, or head up on Sunday for Soul House Sessions.

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Address: 1
New Change
St Pauls
London
EC4M 9AF
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The Triple Duck Burgerwill leave you with the 'meat sweats' in the best possible way! I had this wonderful burger last weekend when we came to Madison for my friend's birthday dinner. It stood out as a unique dish because it included duck in three ways; the first layer is a duck patty, the second layer is shredded duck confit, and the final layer is duck foie gras. This was executed wonderfully, as the brioche bun was golden and toasted perfectly, there was a generous amount of meat, and the sweet plum sauce helped balance out the flavours and the savouriness. An order of this comes with fries, which were also done well - they were golden, crisp on the outside, and fluffy on the inside. 


As a starter, I went for the Sautéed Scallops. These were also executed well - perfect scallops surrounded by shreds of celery and green apple, sweet praline walnuts, and drizzled in a green tea sauce, which was light and refreshing! I enjoyed this along with bread from the Bread Basket. This came with an incredible mushroom infused butter, which was so good, we all kept it to have with our fries - a brilliant pairing! 


In terms of the service, I was impressed by how well they handled the large crowds in the restaurant as well as at the bar and terrace. Before seating us, they took our coats to put in the cloakroom, which saved us a lot of space at our table. We were given a good amount of time to decide on drinks first then our starters and mains later. Our waiter was also good at recommending cocktails. With his advice, I went for the El Peligroso, which was the perfect combination of sweet and bitter. Our waitress was also really good at letting us know what our dishes included - eg. that the burger I ordered already comes with fries so I didn't need to order an extra side. 


The only thing I'll say is that the dinner service is accompanied by a live DJ playing, so it can get a bit loud at times and the vibe truly is buzzing. However, at lunch, it's much calmer and appropriate for a business meal or simply a casual meal.