Genuinely very surprised by some of the reviews below (so much so I had to double check the address and make sure it was the same place), as following last nights dinner, I have nothing but good things to say about this place.
The music was great, loud enough to create a lively vibe for those out for their Friday night drinks, but quiet enough that you could still chat and not have to shout at your dinner companion (a bugbear of mine in London restaurants). The tables were well spaced so your neighbours weren't pracatically on your lap (another London restaurant bugbear of mine).
My friend was about 45 mins late, and the waitresses couldn't have been nicer (think they thought I'd been stood up : ). They were attentive and friendly, but not bothersome (another London restaurant bugbear of mine), and even the manager came over towards the end of the meal to ask if we were happy with our meal (which we certainly were).
The food was both lovely and plentiful. We were actually on a wowcher, but even without the wowcher the prices looked very reasonable to me, and I'd have no qualms at all about paying normal prices, not least because I think from 5-8 its happy hour on certain cocktails which were £4.50. In London!
Speaking of wowcher (or any kind of voucher/coupon), you usually get treated with mild, barely concealed disgust rather than as a valued customer who might return, as in most places (in my experience), but there was none of that here, which is why my friend and I have already arranged to go again in a couple of months.
Only thing I would change if I could was I'd make it easier to find. Forget the Ropemaker St bit, and just head for City Point tower and you're there.
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