Hall & Woodhouse

Description

What once was the Bonhams auctioneers, transformed into the restaurant and bar that it is today, Hall & Woodhouse is a haven of lush dining, rooftop tipples, award winning cask ales, and private dining for those in need of a more exclusive location.

Set over four floors and still boasting traditional flecks of the auction house that it once was, Hall & Woodhouse graces its guests with a level of classic Parisian charm, paired with a British, rustic edge. Whether you're lounging by the bar with a cocktail in hand, indulging in regional dishes under the chandeliers of the dining room, or enjoying an evening tipple on their rooftop terrace, this grandiose space is awash with date nights, dining families and more.

Heralded for their proud plates, brimming with regional produce, dining at Hall & Woodhouse is a must for those that enjoy British, gastro inspired dishes. Try their veal sirloin with carrot mash and a thyme sauce at £16, or indulge in their lobster frites with hot garlic butter at £26 for a half lobster. Cocktails, ale and wine come in as a neat treat at Hall & Woodhouse too. Try their classic collection list, including a Spiced Mojito and Elderflower Bellini for just £6.50.

Info

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Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 8:00 23:00
Tuesday 8:00 23:00
Wednesday 8:00 23:00
Thursday 8:00 23:00
Friday 8:00 0:00
Saturday 9:00 0:00
Sunday 9:00 22:30

Location

Address

Hall & Woodhouse, 1, Old King Street, BA1 2JW

Menus

Drinks

Drink Price*
Cocktail £6.50
Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large ) £5.20
Bottle of House Wine £14.80
Bottle of Champagne £38.00
* Prices shown are the starting price.
  • Cuisines

    This venue serves Gastro and British food.

  • A word from the chef:

    Boasting gastro orientated goodies with a good old dash of British ingredients, Hall & Woodhouse is the destination for those that fancy a more than hearty meal. Try their veal sirloin with carrot mash, lemon & thyme butter and a red wine sauce for £16.

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