Greenwood 1

170 Victoria Street , London, SW1E 5LB

  • Greenwood London Victoria restaurant bar
  • Greenwood London Victoria restaurant bar
  • Greenwood London Victoria restaurant bar
  • Greenwood London Victoria restaurant bar
  • Greenwood London Victoria restaurant bar

SquareMeal Review of Greenwood

Aiming to cover as many bases as possible, newcomer Greenwood has instantly become one of the best sports bars in London, as well as a popular choice for post-work drinks. The sprawling, boisterously buzzing ground floor incorporates a huge central bar, around which all manner of seating options, and even a brow bar radiate. Above, you'll find another bar, five screens for sports as well as an American 8-Ball pool table and two shuffleboard tables. The starring roles on the beer lineup go to Long Arm Brewing Co ales, while G&T aficionados will be in heaven thanks to a lengthy, curated list. As a restaurant, Greenwood’s easily bettered by several of its neighbours and during rowdy evenings, we'd recommend its globe-spanning menu for a convenient refuel or casual business meal, rather than a destination dinner. Approach Greenwood as a supercharged city pub with extra-attentive service and you won't be disappointed. 


Greenwood is recommended for

Buzzy | Group Dining 8 Plus

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Victoria Tube Station 35m

Victoria Station 284m

Address

Address: 170 Victoria Street , London SW1E 5LB

Area: Buckingham Gate Victoria Station

Opening times

Mon-Sun 8am-12M (Sun -11pm)

Nearby Landmarks

Victoria Bus Station 85m

Victoria Palace Theatre 96m

Details

Telephone: 020 3058 1000

Website:

Cuisine: International Bars

6.0

Food & Drink: 5.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 4.0

Food & Drink: 2.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 2.0

Amy M. gold reviewer 26 January 2018

Our new office is basically on top so I wanted to take my team for beers and burgers as a Friday lunchtime treat. Greenwood bills itself as a sports bar, which is largely unintrusive, and really just a large (slightly fancy) pub. However, despite it be a very quiet Friday in January I had to track down one of the many milling staff even to get drinks offered. The menu is basic, bar bites and junk food, largely burger and pizza – but nicer than average. Sadly, the pizza oven was on strike, so half the menu was off for starters. When we finally managed to order, it was a bit slow and then just disappointing. The chicken burger is the greasiest thing I think that I have ever eaten. I know it’s buttermilk FRIED chicken, but the oil was a slick on my plate. Every burger comes with a choice of one of three different types of fries, which actually are nice. However, none of the food was seasoned and there is no chip vinegar! Balsamic yes, malt? No. For chips. With no salt. For £14 a plate I really feel that most people, once they have tried this will head across the plaza to Shake Shack. It’s fine for a drink, but don’t eat there.

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