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“Missouri Angel on the edge of America Square”
Review of Missouri Angel

Missouri Angel
Ranked #5,926 of 24,429 Restaurants in London
Price range: US$33 - US$47
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Bar Scene
Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: City of London
Description: Missouri Angel restaurant in London, near Tower Hill and Fenchurch Street, is the place to go for modern American cuisine on the east side of the City. Formerly the Angel pub, Missouri Angel is now an elegant restaurant on two floors redolent of prairie simplicity in its d��cor of neutral walls, wooden floors, white-linened tables and an air of calm and enjoyment throughout. Missouri Angel is not only an American restaurant, it���s also a mighty fine steakhouse featuring grain-fed beef that���s been aged from four to six weeks in Nebraska before being perfectly seared and landing on your plate. Other dishes include sweet corn chowder with pancetta and St Louis style ribs as well as fish and fowl dishes. The pinstriped clientele packs the place out at lunch for the fresh, seasonal ingredients, the sundrenched dining rooms and the friendly service. The wine list roams the globe in an open-minded way.
Reviewed 28 August 2014

My collegue and I saw this place as we were leaving an office building this evening. We'd never eaten there and are from the neighboring state of Kansas, so thought we'd give it a try figuring on normal pub food. There's a fairly small pub on the ground floor and another bar in the basement that we didn't visit. The restaurant is on the second floor (for Americans) and is very nicely appointed with linen tablecloths and multiple stemmed glassware set out. The service was very good though, to be far, there was only one other couple seated and after they left we were the only two. We were there from between 8-9. The menu bills the food as American but I'm not sure the chef has been to America. I had the blackend salmon but it wasn't very spicy. My colleague had the duck breast and seemed to like it. We both got creamed spinach and were both disappointed by its lack of creaminess. I had the turnip and parship soup and it was very thick. My colleague had the chicken pate and found it to be very good. The only two beers on offer were bottles of Peroni and Heineken. There is a 1 lb cover charge per person and a 12.5% service charge. The menu refers to the Souis [sic} indians of N. America and how their language form the basis for the naming of the state of Missouris [sic]. I guess if you're staying in this part of town and want someplace other than a true pub for dinner, this place is worth a visit but only after you've eaten at Bodean's enough to be tired of good BBQ.

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Reviewed 5 June 2014 via mobile

This is a small restaurant serving great steak. The restaurant is upstairs, set perfectly and all white. Service is good and the wine list - though relatively small - has some great choices and very affordable. We had filet steak and it was just perfect. The only reason this is not a 5 is that it lacks a little bit of "personality" - maybe just because it was a Tuesday night and it was so quiet....would definitely go again
when craving red meat

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Thank whiterabbitjb
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Reviewed 1 June 2014

Went there with friends last week, for dinner. Ours was the only occupied table in the restaurant, surprisingly for a Friday evening.

The service was good, food came out quickly. The place is quite small, so it was lucky we were alone in the restaurant and I suppose it can be quite loud if the place is full.

The food was excellent. I had the chicken liver parfait and a peppered steak which was juicy, tasty and cooked to perfection.

Definitely recommended and if on Friday nights it's always empty, this is the perfect place for a romantic date.

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Thank Laura E
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Reviewed 21 March 2014

We had a really nice time in this resturant up on the 1st floor of this pub this week.

Food was amazing .

Good Grill house choice , we all loved the range of steaks . We sat at a very nice corner table . We ended up spending the whole afternoon here ,lol , followed by a few cheeky beers in the main bar .

We found the staff very friendly and they couldn't do enough to make you feel at home .

Definitely one to go back to.

Thanks

Steve

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Reviewed 16 March 2014

Great restaurant lovely food and the service is very quick. the staff is lovely too. Will be going again

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