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Keepers Lounge Bar & Kitchen

10 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 2NR +44 2081281408

((((* British

Good restaruant and food was great.

Linda Sepala 21 June 2016
from London

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A stone’s throw from the Tower of London, Keepers Lounge Bar & Kitchen serves exquisitely presented twists on British classics alongside imaginative international dishes. Honey fresh from a hive on top of the building is just one of the exciting ingredients.

From the Keepers lounge menu, begin with pan-seared scallops with sweetcorn relish and fresh lime, or the goats’ cheese crumble with black-truffle infused honey. Main dishes are an eclectic mix of interesting world flavours. Try Asian-spiced duck breast, a classic penne pomodoro, or traditional beer-battered haddock with hand-cut chips, mushy peas and tartare sauce. Succulent steaks and burgers add to the meat options, whilst the seafood board combines mackerel goujons, salt and pepper squid, noodle-wrapped prawns, and a range of dipping sauces.

On the desserts menu you’ll discover honey and vanilla-infused cheesecake with pumpkin seeds, cranberry and citrus peel, as well as a lemon meringue pie and chocolate brownie sundae. The décor is exciting with imposing stone pillars, exposed brick walls and suspended modern lighting.

Keepers Lounge Bar in London is a 1-minute walk from Tower Hill Tube Station and a 2-minute walk from Fenchurch Street Train Station.

Keepers Lounge Bar & Kitchen

10 Pepys Street, London, EC3N 2NR

Contact +44 2072656023
Reservations +44 2081281408

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  • ((((( by from London

    Good restaruant and food was great.

  • ((((* by from Berlin

    Good food, great location, excellent service and atmosphere! We went there twice in just two days.

  • (((** by from London

    I LOVED the decor. Unusual nowadays. All minimalist and glass is the fashion EVERYWHERE zzzzz. Part of the restaurant area is tucked round a corner so possibly less noisy, away from the bar/music which is good but we were in the middle which was fine. Nice to hear the live pianist and I liked some of the more gentle background music. Hate big screens but there was only the one and I wasn't facing that way thank goodness. The food were large portions, especially the fish and chips so that's good but not described fully enough on the menu eg. didn't know there were chips with the hot dog and tomato sauce (what's with popcorn with a hotdog?!) Importantly, the staff were friendly and helpful!

  • ((((* by from essex

    great location and restaurant festival week deal was amazing. We popped to see the poppies along with thousands of people and then retreated to a lovely haven and had a delightful lunch

  • ((((* by from Blackfordby

    Staff were very pleasant

  • ((((* by from Stanford-le-Hope

    Restaurant staff friendly and welcoming .Chose dishes from the set lunch menu during London Restaurant Festival - menu not vast but probably something there for everyone. The two starters were tasty, ham hock & pea terrine and warm courgette flan , which was nothing like I expected as it looked like an upside down suet pudding! Nice though. Main course was asparagus & mushroom risotto - presentation and flavour were lovely but much too thick and stodgy ,had to leave some. Maybe it had waited around too long before being served. Who knows.? Dessert was Banoffee Pie - yummy! and Tart Tatin - huge! Both could have done with some single cream .

  • ((((* by from London

    Wonderfull food. Nice staff but inexperienced. Dinning room huge and location is amazing.

  • (((** by from Swindon

    We didn't have much time as we were going to the theatre but had the three course festival menu. Good value at £14.95. Came with glass of house wine which they were happy to exchange for other drinks. Lamb curry was packed with meat & good quality meat. Mushroom risotto was a bit stodgy. The tarte tatin was just apple pie. Service was very good. Big screens showing football match slightly distracting but the sound was off so not a big problem. Comfortable seating but music a tad too loud. May go again if I was in that area.

  • ((((( by from London

    We ordered the lamb curry Std the risotto, and it was delicious.

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