|Monday - Friday||11:30 - 23:00|
|Saturday||12:00 - 23:00|
|Sunday||12:00 - 22:00|
|Budget||Splash The Cash (£40+)|
|Nearest Station||St Pauls|
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The nearest Underground station is St Paul's on the Central Line (2 minute walk). Mansion House, Cannon Street and Bank stations on the District and Circle Lines are also within walking distance"
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, View, Wine"
Barbecoa is a celebration of traditional fire-based cooking and incredible ingredients. Founded by Jamie Oliver, it's much more than a steak restaurant. Our In-house butchers hand pick and prepare the very best meat in Britain, then our chefs cook beautiful modern dishes using Texas Pit Smokers, Tandoors, Fire Pits, Robata Grills and Wood Fire Ovens. As you sit at your table overlooking St. Paul's Cathedral, you'll feel the heat, see the flames lick and the smoke drift upwards from our open kitchen. You will not taste steak like ours anywhere else in the world. Every cut of beef has been handpicked to our exact requirements and dry aged in-house for anything up to 70 days. But that's not all we cook - we also serve melt-in-the-mouth pulled pork, delicious aromatic lamb skewers, crispy calamari and amazing vegetable sides. To match the food we have the widest range of American whiskies in the UK, a wine list that references every corner of the Globe, the best beers that the US and UK have to offer, and a cocktail menu to rival any city bar.
Part of the ‘Oliver Empire’, Barbecoa claims to be the UK’s first barbecue steakhouse. In prime position next to St Paul’s Cathedral, it serves up the smokiest of dishes from its pit smokers, tandoors, fire pits, robata grills and wood-fired ovens. The difference? Ask the helpful waiting staff and while you’re at it, order a fiery Bloody Mary or one of their American whiskeys. The grill cuts are what you’d expect but the starters come into their own with scallop and salmon ceviche and chicken lollipops. Jamie Oliver’s playfulness is apparent here, and a welcome addition to the family.