Harden's survey result
“The restaurant’s regulars are a mix of LSE professors and barristers from Lincoln’s Inn, resulting in a lively, argumentative atmosphere!” at this legal-land staple, which “hardly has any competition nearby” and which some regulars feel “could benefit from more inspiration”. That said, “it’s a really reliable spot where service is always welcoming and the staff attentive and helpful; and meat, sourced each day from Smithfield, is always a good choice”.
“Handy for legal eagles and academics from the LSE”, this understated operation arguably “benefits from not having much competition nearby”, but by-and-large “does what it says on the tin” and “is good for clients and business discussions”.
“Very useful for the area” – this “low-key” operation in the thinly provided environs of Lincoln’s Inn Fields feeds both legal types and academics from the nearby LSE. Arguably its “classic” dishes “could be more inspiring”, but its performance is “sound”.
A Lincolns Inn Fields “staple” – “very popular amongst the Bar and the Judiciary, but that’s not necessarily a recommendation for the food!”; fans do applaud its “informal” style and solid value, but other “struggle to find something appealing on the menu”.
|Wine per bottle||£26.00|
49 Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PF
all day noon - 11 pm
Last orders: 10.30 pm