Stringfellows - Gentleman's Club and Restaurant

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SIf you’re searching for London’s ultimate hidden dining gem, don’t miss world-renowned gentleman’s club Stringfellows. Tucked inside late owner Peter Stringfellow’s iconic Covent Garden venue, the 25-seat restaurant recreates a bygone era of cabaret, and is ideally suited for romantic meals or small business dinners. Menu specialities include prime Aberdeen Angus beef, with the ‘Papillon’ steak once even beloved by Princess Diana. Other favourites include freshly caught fish and seafood, plus delicious sharing platters and canapés. Open 9pm-3am Monday to Saturday, free admission to the club means diners can make a night of it and enjoy the full Stringfellows experience.
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OT
London
3 reviews
Dined on 19 March 2011
Overall2Food1Service1Ambience3

Unless you want to get totally ripped off and be a charged a fortune for awful food, eat before you go.

WJ
London
8 reviews
Dined on 4 December 2009
Overall4Food4Service3Ambience4

Stringfellows London:

Food ok, service was also ok but didnt like the way they asked for the balance of our set menu before we had eaten? Considering we'd paid £25 deposit per person, I thought this was rude.

They also forgot one of the main meals but were nice enough to offer us a bottle of house champagne for free to compensate and also served the main all be it, late.

OT
London
5 reviews
Dined on 3 September 2008
Overall4Food4Service3Ambience5

Food was better than expected, but the view made up for any shortcomings. A great venue for a night out with the boys.

AP
London
43 reviews
Dined on 11 October 2007
Overall4Food3Service3Ambience4

Stringfellows proved a night to remember! The food is average (stodgy), drinks are extortionate but the girls are lovely. All sweet, mid twenties-mid thirties, dancing in a club that can only be described as cheesy - a bit of 70s fun!

OT
London
1 review
Dined on 23 March 2007
Overall5Food5Service5Ambience5

Stringfellows Covent Garden. Good value, fun evening.

OT
London
24 reviews
Dined on 23 September 2006
Overall5Food4Service5Ambience4

First time I've had dinner (or any food for that matter) at a Gentleman's club. But the food was surprising good, not overpriced. Waitstaff was excellent (although the wine list was depleted).

CL
London
8 reviews
Dined on 20 August 2005
Overall5Food5Service5Ambience4

Had a wonderful time! The food is tasty and the atmosphere is relaxing!