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Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill, London

Sky Garden, 20 Fenchurch Street, London EC3M 3BY, UK
Fenchurch Seafood Bar & Grill Review
4 Star Rating
13 January 2016Fenchurch Seafood Bar and GrillTags: London, UK, Seafood reviewsThe Bill: £62 per head

Fenchurch Seafood Bar and Grill is located inside the Walkie Talkie Tower on the 37th floor. After clearing airport security we made our way up to the Sky Garden on the 35th floor. The Sky Garden is a huge space, tightly packed with tourists taking selfies against the rather impressive views over London. We swiftly progressed up to the 37th floor where we found an air of calm, we were seated next to the window allowing us to take in the stunning views across London. The restaurant is enclosed within a glass structure, providing unrestricted views. The service was attentive, and the food didn’t disappoint.

We started our evening with two glasses of Ruinart Rosé, a lovely sparkling champagne with Cherry, Almond and Strawberry notes.

To begin we ordered Roast Wood Pigeon, with Swede, Berries and Beetroot. The Pigeon was delicious, soft and tender and worked very well as a first course. My partner ordered the Duck Liver Parfait, with Pickles and Grains. A rewarding dish, with a wonderful collection of flavours.

“A view to dine for.”

For our main course we ordered a shared serving of 20oz Scotch Beef Chop, with Triple Cooked Chips, Mixed Leaves, and a Béarnaise Sauce. The dish was well presented and the Beef Chop was delectable, and we couldn't fault the Triple Cooked Chips.

To complete our evening we ordered the Coffee Macaroon, with Mascarpone and Kahlua. The Macaroon was perfection, it had a delicate and crisp shell, and full of flavour. My partner sampled the Apple Tarte Fine, with Toffee Ice Cream and Calvados Custard. A fine example of an Apple Tart, and a fitting end to a wonderful evening. Our chosen wine for the evening was a 2010, Chateau Lestrille Capmartin Rouge, Bordeaux, France. A smooth dark wine with Blackberries, velvety tannins and a subtle oak aroma.

Fenchurch Seafood Bar and Grill offers views unmatched by other restaurants, and the food doesn’t disappoint either. It gets a recommendation from us and we look forward to returning in the future.

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