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“Setting the standards for a central London bar” – Michel Roux’s two-year-old near Oxford Circus “has found a real niche” as a top West End rendezvous (“almost too successful for its own good” during peak times, when it risks becoming too thronging and loud). “You wouldn’t know that it is part of a hotel” (it’s actually carved out from – and a partnership with – the neighbouring five-star hotel, The Langham) and the unusually “classy” conversion of the space “burnishes the large, pub-style setting”. “Its food is stretching the concept of gastropub food” in terms of ambition, but “definitely worth the money”.
“Good food, good crowd, great value!” – Michel Roux’s gastropub yearling makes a brilliant find near Oxford Circus, with a polished and plush (but still pub-like) interior, whose beautiful design reflects the fact that it’s been carved from a corner of the luxurious Langham Hotel (of which it is part). Reports are notably upbeat on its its roster of superior pub grub, and it has “a lovely ambience, especially in winter”.
Michel Roux Jr oversees the ‘quintessential British pub fare’ (yes, you read that right) at this ‘re-imagining of the Great British pub’, which opened in The Langham in July 2017.
A modern British tavern located on Regent Street, The Wigmore has quickly established itself as a social institution with a touch of London polish and a place where everyone is welcome.
The Great British pub serves a carefully created drinks list from the team behind Artesian, including great wines, cask ales and craft beers including The Wigmore's very own house 'Saison', brewed in partnership with Bermondsey's "Brew by Numbers". The food menu is overseen by Michel Roux Jr. and redefines quintessentially British pub fare. Classic pub snacks have been elevated to a new level such as : Masala spiced scotch egg, dahl relish and the XXL Stovetop cheese toastie presented to the table with a cast iron bacon press to ensure cheese remains molten until it reaches the lucky recipient.
A former banking hall, The Wigmore has been transformed by internationally acclaimed Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, capturing and enhancing the original features of the space
|Wine per bottle||£25.00|
Two separate, semi-private areas have been incorporated into the space available for private bookings, ideal for groups and special occasions.
When you reserve either space your guests will enjoy the great beer, wines and cocktails as well as delicious bar snacks with tasty treats such as the XXL cheese toastie or masala spiced scotch-egg. As The Wigmore is a tavern, we will not be able to accommodate more than eight guests on an a la carte or set-menu.
Guests will be able to enjoy the intimacy of the traditional ‘Snug’, complete with mohair sofas, silk cushions and loose rugs. Seating for up to 25 guests, the Snug with built-in TV, separate music system and natural daylight, is the ideal space for unforgettable celebrations and events.
THE GREEN ROOM
Seating for up to 40 guests, just behind the main bar but with its own private bar service, built-in TV and separate music system, The Green Room is the ideal space for after work parties and celebrations.
The Wigmore, The Langham Restaurant Diner Reviews
"A discovery through the Guide! Delightful and a surprising civised gastropubs in the heart of Londons chaotic West End. Its food is definitely stretching the concept of gastropubs food. Presentation was excellent but the three of us had rather mixed feelings about the final result. The chips were fantastic and if you say that about something so mundane then the place must be doing something right. An old bank conversion which gives it a nice ambience. Very good service with a little bit of fun thrown in. Rather a limited menu but so what."
15 Langham Place, Regent Street, London, W1B 3DE
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|Monday||12 pm-12 am|
|Tuesday||12 pm-12 am|
|Wednesday||12 pm-12 am|
|Thursday||12 pm-1 am|
|Friday||12 pm-1 am|
|Saturday||12 pm-1 am|