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With its foliage and fairy lights, it’s hard to believe that this hotel terrace (with fully retractable roof) is just two minutes’ walk from grungy Centre Point. Feedback is limited, mostly focusing on its afternoon tea possibilities; “great cocktails too in the adjoining Coral room”.
Breakfast and brunch get top billing at this marvellous al fresco eating space, whose gorgeous greenery and attractive design (complete with retractable roof) are all the more remarkable in the un-lovely area around Centre Point. Its general food service throughout the day inspires little feedback, but this would be a great spot for a drink, coffee or light bite.
An exceptional al fresco dining space – a leafy terrace, complete with fully retractable roof – is the special reason to truffle out this year-old eatery, whose bucolic nature is utterly at odds with the grungy environs of Centre Point. Limited but consistent feedback on its cooking too.
It’s easy to feel disoriented if you stumble across this new restaurant, with lovely leafy terrace (and fully retractable roof) – how can it be so close to grungy old Centre Point! We don’t yet have sufficient feedback for a rating, but one early report is all-round positive.
|Wine per bottle||£26.00|
16-22 Great Russell St, London, WC1B 3NN
Last orders: 10.30 pm