Good place to take a break having a good coffee or lunch while you enjoy the shigts to one of the most popular streets of the city.
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Went to the opening night of "The Merry Widow" last night & ate at the Barre first, as we have done before the last couple of operas we have seen. Very convenient to eat there as it is so handy to get into the theatre...More
Enjoyed a beautiful meal before the show last night. In view of the previously read reviews we were a little sceptical but we were gracefully met and led to a table, wait people were friendly, eye contact and helpful. My fish was succulent and tasty....More
Stopped by for lunch at this newly renovated cafe. The food was lovely very tasty, we didn't have to wait long for it to come out. The service from all the staff was excellent, the ones I encountered were very friendly & professional. The Maitre...More
Lovely room, friendly service from the waiters, good wine but the maitre d doesn't have a clue. I ordered fish and chips and received a huge pile of tasty fries and two minuscule goujons of greasy fish. The maitre d asked me if it was...More
Best coffee and excellent lunch menu. Will come back to try it at night. Only just re-opened after some renovations, looks fantastic. Great service and staff.
We visited this cafe/restaurant which is right next to His Majesty's Theatre. The restaurant offers a good variety - with something to suit everyone. Things began well when we ordered a bottle of bubbles (lower price bracket). When we were brought the bottle, we noticed...More