Columbia at Doubletree by Hilton London Docklands Riverside

265 Rotherhithe Street , London, SE16 5HW

1 reviews

42 International Docklands

  • Columbia DoubleTree Hilton London docklands bar restaurant
  • Columbia DoubleTree Hilton London docklands bar restaurant

SquareMeal Review of Columbia at Doubletree by Hilton London Docklands Riverside

Customers who want to get the most from the spectacular setting of this venue arrive at the hotel’s private pier by boat. Housed within the Grade-I listed Columbia Wharf building, the dining room has a decent choice of classic international dishes, such as 28-day dry-aged steaks and burgers, salads and small plates, alongside some great house specials: think Szechuan-peppered squid or Devon crab on sourdough. At the bar, the staff are more than capable of making a mean Martini, either shaken or stirred. The terrace, with its personal barbecues (where kebabs and rib-eye steaks are more the order of the day), makes a great spot for whiling away the sunset hour.

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Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 7.0

Atmosphere: 8.0

Value: 5.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 2.0

Vi V. gold reviewer 15 October 2015

We started with a range of nibbles such as pork scratchings (£3.00), Columbia house mixed olives (£3.50) and roasted smoked almonds (£3.00). szechuan squid, lemon and garlic aioli £8.50 – quite chewy and neither the flavours of szechuan nor aioli (both can be quite dominant and strong) roar out. wild mushrooms and garlic on toasted sourdough with truffle oil £7.00 – these are the best mushrooms that I have had in a long time. Served in abundance with a thin sourdough bread, they were just perfect! sirloin 10z served with pepper sauce £20.00 – quite thin, rare but not blue – cooked to order. My pepper sauce was not as nice as my neighbour's red wine sauce. Thinking of the famous steak au poivre dish, this pepper sauce was a lousy version of it. double tree cookie cheesecake £7.00