Andaz Hotel, 40 Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 7QN 0203 641 7591
- Main course: £23
- Food spend: £45
- Opening hours
- Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 10:00 12:00 - 14:30 15:00 - 17:00 18:30 - 22:00 Saturday: 07:30 - 12:00 15:00 - 17:00 18:30 - 22:00 Sunday: 07:30 - 12:00
Very good service and food
20 September 2015
In an opulent Grade II-listed setting, 1901 Restaurant serves regional delicacies surrounded by expanses of glistening marble and stained glass. Talented mixologists shake signature cocktails under the stunning domed atrium.
Exercising innovative culinary flair, the 1901 menu showcases sumptuous haute cuisine. For a quaint touch, each dish is labeled with its region of origin, like Aberdeenshire beef tartar with quail egg and pine nuts, or Cornish hake with clams and creamed leeks. For a complementing blend, diners can select a wine from the extensive selection displayed in striking glass cabinets.
For a more laidback vibe, 1901 Liverpool Street offers a tempting selection from the bar. Jazzy cocktails are shaken at the table, whilst tasty bites include ham croquette with saffron sauce, or an elegant platter of oysters.
Luxurious yet unpretentious, 1901 London is housed within the exclusive Andaz Liverpool Street Hotel. Liverpool Street Rail Station sits 4 minutes’ walk away.
Andaz Hotel, 40 Liverpool Street, London, EC2M 7QN
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Customer reviews for 1901 Restaurant
((((( 20 September 2015 by David Kingston from London
Very good service and food
((((( 27 August 2015 by Ben Henton from London
Great service. Nice and quite perfect for business lunch or catch-up with friends
((((* 25 August 2015 by Rebecca Tucknott from London
Waiter very helpful and adapted afternoon tea to suit my dietary requirements, food was great and beautiful ambience - only concern was with regards to the toilet and the position of the door to get to the ladies as very close to each other (bit of a hazard)
((((( 24 August 2015 by Rianne Murray from London
Fantastic service from staff. Food was beautiful and great value for money. Would definately go again
((((* 22 July 2015 by GMG from London
We booked afternoon tea at 1901 Restaurant and are delighted that we did. The service was excellent and nothing was too much trouble, the tea itself was deliciousand the cocktails a nice touch. Would recommend this to friends.
((((( 21 October 2014 by Pierre Meert from Brussels
((*** 31 July 2014 by Suriya Bala from London
Hmmmm.... £24 for three course may be relatively inexpensive, but considering the great deals available in London at present, the food should still be able to compete. Extremely poor starter of artichoke mousse (congealed texture, little taste), the goats cheese/spinach parcel main was satisfactory (a la Greggs) served on a bed of pulses reminiscent of hospital food. The dessert (chocolate praline concoction) was surprisingly delicious, however by this point we had all but lost hope. Great service, beautiful surrounds, severely let down by the food.
((((( 1 September 2013 by Rebecca Reeves from London
Everything from start to finish was fantastic and well worth the £30 deal. Would definitely go back again. I particularly recommend the quail and sea trout starters.
((((( 30 August 2013 by Colin Green from London
A fantastic evening. Only problem was the bookatable deal was not available as it was their monthly candlelight evening. However, was informed of this in advance and the atmosphere of the whole restaurant lit by candles was amazing. Plan to return
((((* 17 September 2012 by DrFood from London
Very relaxed atmosphere, friendly waiters. Cocktails made by people who knew what they were doing. Menu had some interesting dishes. Everything tasted very good. The Argentinian malbec was excellent.
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