We dived in here for a few drinks and something to eat before getting the water-taxi at Waterloo Pier to a concert at The 02. The drinks aren't cheap, but it is Westminster, so what do you expect. The glass of wine was £13.50 for a 250ml NZ Sauvignon Blanc. Delicious, but that would be £40+ for the bottle. The draft beer was English lagers. Really good, £4.25 per pint, but the best pint mug you've ever seen. The food was delicious, hot and tasty. It was mid-afternoon on a Saturday and quite busy. There is plenty of space and lots of hidden nooks and crannies, booths and hidden rooms. Service was friendly but not the quickest, although we weren't in a rush. We had walked through the hotel to get in (it is part of The new Intercontinental Westminster) but it has it's own street-entrance, too. Overall, very good.
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