Cuisine & Style:
British - Bar & Restaurant
Average main course:
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Friday: 11:00 - 01:00
More about Bishopsgate Exchange
A smart hideaway from the bustle of Liverpool Street, Bishopsgate Exchange offers failsafe British cuisine and an impressive bar selection. Leather banquettes, mismatched vintage furnishings and black and white tiling make for on-trend surroundings.
A diverse selection on the Bishopsgate Exchange menu spans from simple bites and delicious platters, to bar favourites and hearty mains. Enjoy the signature fish pie, or a 21-day-aged beef burger. Bar food nibbles include honey-glazed sausages or crispy calamari, and delicious tasting boards are piled high with international delicacies.
An unrivalled bar selection is served at Bishopsgate Exchange restaurant. Fine wines are carefully sourced from the world’s finest wine regions, whilst a towering display of premium spirits behind the bar is used to mix an extansive list of bartender’s choice cocktails.
A chic, basement bar at Bishopsgate Exchange London offers an edgy yet relaxed city setting. Liverpool Street Station is a 3-minute walk away.
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Customer Reviews for Bishopsgate Exchange
33% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
Steak and lobster special , and it most certainly was not !
(1) by David from London
13 May 2013
Like eating a rubber band ball . A small one . I will not eat here again
Music so riduclously loud we couldn't hear each other over the table , and that was at 7pm
All in all dreadful
Good value and easy to book and get further opportunities for future
(5) by Kim from Ipswich
14 December 2012
We were seated near the door and so felt a draught everytime someone entered or exited and right under the speakers which was so loud at one stage my sister wanted us to leave. Food was excellent and met my expectation which was the only reason I would maybe visit there again and convinced my sister to stay that evening. Of course we were there on a Friday night so the place was heaving. Throughout service, at times we felt we had been forgotten however when it came to getting the bill...no one to be seen. We could have left without paying but we are too noble for that plus they took our bank cards as a tab at the beginning...it was then that taking the card made sense. All in all I would think twice before returning in a hurry even though I enjoyed the food and cocktails!
(3) by Foodie from Greater London
11 December 2012