The Portrait Restaurant & Bar

2 St. Martin's Place, Covent Garden, London

The Portrait Restaurant & Bar
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2/10 from 1 user review
Address:2 St. Martin's Place
Covent Garden
London
WC2H 0HE
Map:Map & nearby
Cuisine:European
Region:Covent Garden
Nearest Station:Leicester Square
Telephone: 020 7312 2490
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Opening Hours:
Breakfast:
Daily: 10:00 - 11:00

Lunch:
Daily: 11:45 - 14:45

Afternoon Tea:
Daily: 15:30-16:45

Dinner:
Thurs - Sat: 17:30 - 20:15
Facilities & Info:
  • Party bookings accepted
  • Private hire available
  • Booking advisable
  • Disabled access/facilities
  • Children welcome
  • Credit cards accepted
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About: Breathtaking by day and dramatic by night, the Portrait Restaurantís celebrated view stretches from Nelsonís Column in Trafalgar Square down Whitehall to the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye. Itís a sensational accompaniment to any meal Ė breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner.

Join us on Level 3 of the Gallery to enjoy a modern menu featuring seasonally evolving fresh produce from esteemed suppliers such as Cotswold Legbar eggs, Berkshire pork, Hereford beef and Dorset crab. We applaud culinary craftsmanship and proudly bake our own bread as well as capture the best of each season in delicious pickles and preserves.

The Portrait Bar is a fun place to enjoy a glass of wine or champagne, cocktails, beers and bar snacks.

We look forward to welcoming you.


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User Rating: 2 / 10
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The main selling point of the Portrait Restaurant is an amazing view over the city. Although when you book a table they say there are no guarantees of a window table Ė take fair warning now Ė unless you are a celebrity you may still be denied one even if there are several free when you arrive. The table allocation is shocking and the head of reservations, rude. Had we more time we would have eaten elsewhere on principle but having finally been seated at a compromise table (so Jon Snow could enjoy the view we had wanted and booked an early lunch time for) the food was very good and we had no complaints about the table service. If only the front of house could match the quality of the kitchen. Beware.

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