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TGI Friday's

Restaurants, American Wembley
4 out of 5 stars
(5user reviews)

Time Out says

The Wembley branch of this family-friendly chain, which dishes up barbecue dishes, Tex-Mex, burgers and chips.



Address: 1 Wembley Park Boulevard
Transport: Wembley Stadium rail
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4 out of 5 stars
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Great food. Great service. Burgers are delicious. Staff made the birthday special!


As I stepped in TGI Friday's I was immediately pleasantly surprised by its interior design that really resembles a 50's American diner, with memorabilia and signs on the walls, reminding me a lot of the diner where Sandy and Danny share a milkshake in Grease. Aside from its stylish design there is a very wide choice of American dishes. I ordered an M.E.M. Grand Burger, a veggie burger made out of crispy coated Mushrooms and Mozzarella served with Tomato and Basil sauce, Garlic Mayo and French Fries. Considering the name of the burger I would have expected a great burger, but even though it was extremely tasty, most of the plate was occupied by French Fries rather than the burger itself. Despite this I absolutely loved the Tomato and Basil sauce both on the burger and as a dipping sauce for my Fries. Next time however, I'll go for something not vegan/vegetarian and see how it goes and if it fills me up.


Why would you go TGIFRIDAYS? Of course for their humongous cocktails!! They used to do buy 1 get 1 but the offer finished now. The food is ok if you like Tex-Mex style meat, chips, fajitas, shrimps, dips but I don't think the food is amazing. The place is excellent for its atmosphere though. It's modern, it's buzzy, it's popular. 

The TGIFridays in Wembley is between the Stadium and the arena so it's good for any type of event, you are planning. Enjoy!


Not a bad spot for drink pre or post an event at Wembley Stadium, but it gets very busy.  The bar is well-stocked and carries a lot of craft beer in addition to the usual bog standard options.  Much quieter outside of event days and a good place to grab a quick drink after a day of shopping at LDO.

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