Quaglino's

16 Bury Street, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6AJ

(4.3)
European

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Average
Main Course £20
Food Spend £40
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Thursday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 22:30
Friday & Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:00

Every thing was excellent from start to finish.

Mala Naidoo 12 April 2014
From Enfield

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More about Quaglino's

With an iconic sweeping staircase and a sleek mezzanine level cocktail bar, Quaglino's epitomises vibrant brasserie dining. The famous crustacea bar presents fresh shellfish, including Maldon rock oysters and sumptuous lobster.

Reinvented by Terence Conran, Quaglino's London draws in a fashionable crowd of celebrities, rock stars and royalty. In the buzzing hub of the restaurant, there is nightly live music, including an eclectic mix of jazz, soul and swing.

Trademark dishes on the Quaglino's menu include 10oz dry aged beef fillet with peppercorn sauce, lamb rump with black olive purée or Dover sole meuniere with chive butter sauce. For dessert, decadences include oozing hot chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream or lemon tart with zingy raspberry coulis. The sommelier at Quaglino’s restaurant can recommend fine wines and premium champagnes.

Famous for European brasserie classics, glamorous Quaglino's in St James's is a 5-minute walk from Green Park Tube Station.

Customer Reviews for Quaglino's

4.3

(based on 281 reviews)

91% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
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Recommended for

  • dinner (208)
  • trendy (97)
  • large parties (96)
  • lunch (90)
  • luxury (87)
  • romantic (86)
  • business (73)
  • entertainment (64)
  • value (59)
  • private dining (54)
  • child friendly (7)
  • views (6)
  • afternoon tea (3)
  • al fresco (2)
  • breakfast (2)
(1)
18 April 2014 by Karen from London
Sadly wouldn't go back, didn't enjoy the food at all, felt tired and out if date. V disappointing.
(4)
18 April 2014 by Hedley Sutton from London
Enjoyed everything - ambience, food, service
(5)
16 April 2014 by Gemma Miller from Hampshire
Food not the best but definitely worth £25 for three course, atmosphere excellent, venue excellent but drinks expensive. Recoomend the strawberry Bellini
(5)
16 April 2014 by Linda Armstrong from London
Overall a very good deal......the food and service were good. I have a food allergy which was remembered and appropriately catered (Not always the case when dining out......). Would go again and recommend.
(4)
16 April 2014 by Lucy Evans from London
My sisters and I took my mum for her 60th birthday. The staff were very professional and pleasant. I called in advance and on the day they put a candle in my mum's dessert and wrote 'Happy Birthday' on a biscuit.
The restaurant is quite large and open. We dined on the £25 for three courses and a cocktail. I was disappointed with the cocktail, as I had not realised that you do not get a choice. We were given passionfruit Tom Collins, which I didn't particularly enjoy and thought was too heavy before the meal. I would recommend just getting the £20 three courses and getting to choose your own drink. The choices on the food menu were very good, with something for everyone. Overall the food was good, although a couple of the dishes were not great. My sister had the squid to start and it lacked flavour - could have done with a bit of spice. I had the saltimbocca, which was excellent. My mum and other sister had the crab cakes, which were equally good. For main, between us we had the bream with piperade, lamb and ravioli, all of which were good. For dessert, I had the blueberry cobbler, which was basic but tasty. Everyone else had the brownie which wasn't among the best I have tried. There was a good selection of wine to choose from and we selected a very reasonably priced bottle which was very good (Chilean Pinor Noir - £32). The bill came to £46 a head with one bottle of wine between us, a couple of bottles of water, two x supplements for food choices on the menu and tea/cofee at the end.
(5)
16 April 2014 by Christopher Davies from London
Could not have been better. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel special...the service was excellent...the food was superb...the atmosphere wonderful.
(5)
15 April 2014 by Christine Whalley from Badgers Mt
Went for lunch with a friend and it really enjoyed it. Great food and valuefor money.
(3)
14 April 2014 by David Clayton from Birmingham
Excellent evening. The food was great...
(3)
14 April 2014 by Julie Fitch from Kent
Exciting experience and atmosphere. Food average, wine superb and service excellent.
(5)
14 April 2014 by Barbara Burchett from London
It's true that you get what you pay for; the food was FABULOUS! It was a wonderful evening with plenty of choice on the menu. Every course was delicious and the staff very attentive. A wonderful choice.

Quaglino's

16 Bury Street, St. James's, London, SW1Y 6AJ

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