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Westminster appears to be a bit of a food wasteland, sure we have the frankly excellent Cinnamon Club, but that can’t seriously be it. Or is all the money going into creating bird houses and the like instead?Perhaps that’s the hole the Blue Boar Smokehouse sought to fill, a restaurant situated inside the Intercontinental hotel by New Scotland Yard. While the idea of a smokehouse (messy, greasy, charred flesh) is a little incongruous with the stuffiness of Westminster, the decor is clearly taking its cues from politics-land and is reminiscent of a gentleman’s club, all heavy white tablecloths and acres...
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I always find it hard to book a restaurant that accommodates all my families requirements.1. My dad has to have big portions2. I have to have good quality food3. My mum is very specific about what she likes to eat4. My sister needs somewhere child-friendly for my little nephew, Charlie.They don't make it easy!!Blue Boar Smokehouse in the Intercontinental Westminster seemed the perfect solution to all our dietary requirements...
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The Blue Boar Smokehouse & Bar is a newly opened restaurant and bar that forms part of the also newly opened Intercontinental Hotel on Tothill Street in Westminster. The Blue Boar’s décor is understandably very five-star hotel-esque – there’s lots of strong oak panelling throughout, and it has been styled to cater to the suits working around the corner at the Houses of Parliament...
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I was in a serious mood for ribs after a loooonggg week and knew that Blue Boar Smokehouse, a hotel restaurant in Pimlico that specialises in deep Southern American dishes, is particularly known for its spare ribs. Perfect excuse to head over to a part of time I don’t usually frequent to get my fingers dirty...
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Situated in the Westminster Intercontinental Hotel and named after the Blue Boar’s Head, an inn that served the workers of Westminster for more than 600 years, the Blue Boar interior is all dark wood, leather banquettes and Anglo-American-style butchness. The bar boasts the odd clubby tartan tub chair and a secluded seating area full of Chesterfield sofas; while dramatic lighting, lamps with what appear to be vintage telescope tripod legs and a line of stylised metal boar’s heads along one wall complete the picture in the dining room. According to the blurb, the restaurant uses techniques perfected by American pit...
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Housed in the Westminster InterContinental hotel near St James’ Park, the Blue Boar is an elegant dining room with the most beautiful dessert table we have ever seen. A singer strumming away on his guitar to some of our favourite songs, bottomless Bloody Marys and Bucks Fizz, now THIS is the way to spend a Sunday afternoon...
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