Harden's survey result
“A fine Georgian townhouse in Smithfield with interesting art and a lovely upstairs dining room” hosts Tommy Boland’s five-storey venture (with summer roof terrace). Yet again it only inspires limited feedback, but all of it positive for its British fare of some ambition.
Limited but upbeat feedback on this “buzzy” five-storey Georgian townhouse in Smithfield – it’s most worth knowing about for its summer roof terrace.
“It’s popular with business lunchers”, but this five-storey Georgian townhouse in Smithfield (with summer roof terrace) attracts somewhat mixed reviews (“OK”… “fine but unremarkable”). “Nice bar though”.
Fans of this five-story old Georgian townhouse in Smithfield (with summer roof terrace) love its “classy, tranquil and smooth” style, and “funky” cooking; its ratings are dragged down though by refuseniks who say “it’s not as good as expected, and too expensive”.
Bird of Smithfield Restaurant Diner Reviews
"This remains a favourite. Great for a business lunch (though slightly noisy as the tables are packed together). Food was very good; service was friendly and helpful."
|Wine per bottle||£20.00|
26 Smithfield Street, London, EC1A 9LB
|Number of Diners:|
|Monday||8 am-12 am|
|Tuesday||8 am-12 am|
|Wednesday||8 am-12 am|
|Thursday||8 am-12 am|
|Friday||8 am-12 am|