The Drift

Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY

(3.4)
British
Average
Main Course £10
Food Spend £25
Opening hours:
Monday to Wednesday: 07:30 - 23:00
Thursday & Friday: 07:30 - late
Saturday: 09:00 - 00:00
Sunday: 09:00 - 19:00

Would of been a perfect 5 but they served me cold food first time, they then served the food brought the chips after when they should of come together

Jermaine Balfourth 11 March 2014
From London

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More about The Drift

At the base of Herons Tower in Bishopsgate, The Drift is a spectacular venue from Drake and Morgan, the team behind The Folly, The Anthologist, The Parlour and The Refinery. A huge, modern space houses an emporium of quirky tidbits, a mixology table and a contemporary kitchen.

A kaleidoscopic menu at The Drift ranges from British classic cottage pie, reworked with pancetta and swede mash, to prawn lollipops and katsu fries. Succulent steaks can be upgraded to surf ‘n’ turf with a half Scottish lobster, while a breakfast and brunch menu offers a variety of options from around the world alongside innovative cocktail recipes, like the breakfast martini.

A 30-page drinks list at The Drift in London provides a spectrum of offerings, from fairy-tale inspired cocktails to hearty draught beers, while a salted caramel milkshake is made with bulleit bourbon and chocolate bitters. All drinks are muddled by The Drift’s expert bar staff, from whom mixology and flambé classes are available.

The Drift is a 3-minute walk from Liverpool Street Station, at 110 Bishopsgate.

Customer Reviews for The Drift

3.4

(based on 13 reviews)

77% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
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  • dinner (8)
  • trendy (6)
  • value (4)
  • business (3)
  • lunch (2)
  • large parties (2)
  • entertainment (1)
  • views (1)
  • private dining (1)
  • romantic (1)
(4)
25 August 2014 by Tracey Beeson from Dartford
Lobster and Burger was excellent, very tasty! Very nice cocktail too. We dined mid afternoon and the service was not very on the ball - I watched my cocktail sat on the bar for about 10minutes before going to get it myself... Overall still a good experience as the food was so good
(3)
21 June 2014 by Michelle Lankshear from Flitwick
Didn't get offer booked, 1 drink was wrong, waiter argumentative, lobster overcooked
(4)
1 April 2014 by Melissa Brown from London
As our booking was at 5pm, it wasn't busy yet. We were given a long table (party of 3) a good distance from people who were just having drinks which definitely helped in terms of noise.The meal was good, the Steak, Lobster and Bubbles is good Value for money and staff were helpful in helping recommend a dessert.
(4)
22 March 2014 by Andrew Dawson from Essendon
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(5)
11 March 2014 by Jermaine Balfourth from London
Would of been a perfect 5 but they served me cold food first time, they then served the food brought the chips after when they should of come together
(3)
18 February 2014 by Scott Daniels from Upminster
Turned up no booking!! Bought a beer and it was thrown away when I popped to toilet. 3/4 of a pint. This happened twice, once again at the table. Had reef beef bubbles. Steak was over cooked and pure gristle. I appreciate it was a special offer but still should be edible.
(5)
15 February 2014 by Denica Lundberg from essex
Already suggested to many friends.
(3)
11 February 2014 by Judie Regis-findlay from London Borough of Waltham Forest
Overall very nice. Got seated quickly. Service was good. We were asked more than once if everything was to our liking.
(1)
11 February 2014 by Susan Jones from London
Rubbish service treat like a second class citizen because we did the deal. Food was dreadful stay away is my advice!!
(3)
11 February 2014 by Kristina Quingua from London
The deal was £15 for steak, lobster, chips and prosecco. We were very disappointed with the service, maybe it was a bad night or due to being short staffed but we had to continously ask for service! It was a busy very thursday night I understand but the staff didnt seem tentative that customers has been sitting there for a while. We had to ask when the prosecco is coming which took a while then our mains came straight away which was weird as we ordered appetizer first which we then cancelled. One of my friend had to actually get the condiments herself because they didnt come back to us when we asked for mayo and ketchup. The deal kept us there otherwise we were close to walking out. Food was OK. Lobster was hard to eat as they didnt give us tools to eat the lobster with so were bashing the lobster with our knives!














The Drift

Heron Tower, 110 Bishopsgate, London, EC2N 4AY

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