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Barbecoa is a joint restaurant by Jamie Oliver and American BBQ expert Adam Perry Lang. Described as providing ‘a completely unique grilling concept in London’ the initial reviews were full of ‘must try harders’ so having been open for a year and in the mood for a bit of BBQ action, and as it now seems much easier to get a table, I popped in for a dinner to see what all the ‘fuss’ was really all about.I’m always a little bit cautious of the Jamie Oliver branded restaurants as they seem to focus more on simple cooking done well, and while that’s all well and good I can do that pretty well myself at home;...
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It took me ages to try Barbecoa as it’s been open a while. I have no idea what took me so long, it’s just one of those places that I’ve always known I’ve wanted to try, but never really got round to it. Last week, I was in the area and decided to skip the rush hour commute and pop in for an early dinner.Barbecoa was founded by Jamie Oliver and focuses predominantly on meat/steak dishes. It has it’s own in house butchers (open to the public too) and they handpick some of the best meat in Britain, and dry age it for up to 70 days. They do serve some fish and vegetable dishes for those that aren’t particular...
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On part of my BBQ journey around London we stopped in at Barbecoa, Jamie Oliver's restaurant in St Paul's. I'd heard a lot of good things about it and knew where it was but had never really noticed it because I hadn't ever really looked up; the restaurant is on the first floor of One New Change shopping centre. We got a perfect table with an unbeatable view of St Paul's Cathedral. The restaurant is huge and on the Tuesday night when we visited, it was totally packed and buzzing with leather booths occupied by suited men, small groups of friends and tourists alike...
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BarbecoaI first visited Jamie Oliver’s Barbecoa shortly after it first opened and found the experience to be, at best, a rather mixed one. I revisited Barbecoa with the help of The Euro Hedgie...
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After the tea and cake break, we headed over to Barbecoa, a barbeque restaurant and butcher owned by Jamie Oliver. By the reception, you see whole animals hanging inside glass chambers. Interior has dark themes and with some Tom Dixon design elements.Guided upstairs, we sat inside a cushy booth with plush leather seating overlooking St Pauls. The staff is super friendly and attentive, all smiles and very knowledgeable about the food...
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