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Wood Street Bar & Restaurant

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About Wood Street Bar & Restaurant

Tucked away in Barbican with a cosmopolitan lakeside setting, Wood Street Bar and Restaurant is a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle for London’s city workers. The restaurant’s New-York-steak-house vibe and old-school private booths make it conducive to discreet working lunches and after-work drinks and dinner with friends. The kitchen, headed up by Neil Walker, boasts an assured menu described as 'British with various Mediterranean influences'. Favourite dishes include the tempura soft shell crab with dipping sauce; 28 day aged rib-eye with butternut squash and potato gratin, watercress and Bearnaise sauce, and the whole rasted sole with chips and tartare sauce. The sensational Sunday roasts at the Wood Street Bar and Restaurant are legendary.



Sample bar menu

Starter

- Chorizo & monkfish skewers, aioli
- Buffalo mozzarella, roma tomato & basil gratin
- Tiger prawns, lemon mayo
- Char grilled sour dough, baba ganoush & olives
- Toasted sour dough & parsnip dip
- Marinated anchovies
- Chicken liver crostini

Main Course

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

Corner of Wood Street & Fore Street, Barbican, EC2Y 5EJ

Nearest tube:

Barbican
A selection of little dishes, great as a quick snack but even better to share with
friends!
All priced at just £3.50 each

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Fri 11am - 11pm
Sun 11am - 5pm

Dress Code:

Casual

N.B. Bookings can no longer be made for this restaurant through London Online



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