You and your guest will dine at this vibrant and stylish location in the heart of London for lunch or dinner. Your meal will include three courses from a set menu accompanied by a bottle of prosecco.
Spoil yourself and your guest with a lovely three course meal and bottle of bubbly at the stylish and perfectly located Urban Meadow Café and Bar. On arrival you will be seated in the restaurant or if you are visiting in the warmer months you can choose to sit out on the patio and soak up the rays while you dine al fresco.
You will be presented with the hand-picked set menu which offers delicious starters such as salt and pepper squid, ham hock terrine and chicken livers. For your second course you can enjoy a lighter dish of grilled mackerel or lemon chicken and if you fancy a more indulgent cuisine, why not try their delicious pulled pork or classic beef burgers. Remember to leave room for dessert; choose from a selection of ice creams, fruit tart or baked cookie cheesecake! All accompanied of course by a bottle of prosecco to make for a truly enjoyable dining experience.
If you have any dietary requirements, please notify the venue on booking.
The minimum age is 18 years old. This experience is available Monday to Friday throughout the year, excluding Notting Hill Carnival, Bank holidays, Valentines, Christmas and New Year.
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