- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About St Leonards
The new restaurant from Jackson Boxer and Andrew Clarke
Great team and superb beetroot - walnut dish that was out if this world for my tastebuds. House wine is delicious. Be great if your team could advise more when going through the menu eg that the beef takes 45 mins. Keep going, it’s a great food experience!
Great food, great place.
The service was perfect and very relaxed. The food really was amazing. Our new favourite London restaurant.
Quite orignal food. Very nice wine list. Deserts are less impressive but quite tasty.
First class adventure
Food great. Everything else disappointing.
Excellent as always! Great service, and amazing food!
scallops and beetroot standout!
Came with some guests who had just arrived from Canada for a few days. We had a fabulous meal with some excellent Gavi. Service was informative, helpful and friendly. At the end of our meal my friends commented that dinners for the rest of their holiday had no chance of coming near this experience.
We had a wonderful dinner and cocktails. The waiter was particularly charming. I was surprised, however, when one of the waitresses spilled an entire glass of red wine on one of my guests at the very end of the meal (while cleaning the table). She was apologetic, but offered nothing else (not even a replacement glass of wine). I can only hope my guest was able remove the stains.
Based on the FT write up of St. Leonard's I had high expectations but I was very disappointed. The service was appallingly bad, the staff had minimal knowledge of the wine list and the food was ok but very over priced. There are lots of great restaurants I. Shoreditch but this one is not one of them!
The food and service were amazing and the Champagne for my wife'sbirthday was a lovely touch.
Excellent food, atmosphere, service.
Punchy, contemporary dining.
Great restaurant, really helpful and friendly staff and fantastic food.
This restaurant is a (delicious) exercise in charred food. The butternut squash, leek and raw mackerel were all memorable dishes - cooking food to the edge of being burnt results in flavor revelations that satisfy our primal tastes. There is a big but here though... For the kind of money we were spending (bill came out to £120 per head including service) and we ordered two wine bottles that were over £70 each, we didn't get the level of attention and service we were expecting. Nobody really bothered taking our order on time, cocktails were late, we had to inquire for the timing of food delivery twice, basic cutlery was not brought out with dishes that needed it. The staff was nice enough but weren't actively paying attention to us, just reacting to our asks. It's a cool restaurant with an admirable menu but needs to deliver a lot more service and more value to its punters
Aside from there being no one to ‘meet and greet’ on arrival, service was friendly, attentive and efficient. All the dishes we had were sure footed and delicious. The use of a large flaming grill achieved a finesse impossible at home. A wide variety of wine is available by 500ml carafe.
Food was good, the rest left a lot to be desired.
3rd time there, gets better every time.
I really was so so pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food here. It looks a bit like all the usual new openings at the moment - quite pared down decor and an open fire. But genuinely, the flavours were big, delicate, creative and perfectly executed. An absolute delight. Service was the right side of friendly without being fake. Wine was excellent, great list but without being overbearing and pretentious. Great value for money. And to top it off, you can book! Hooray. Will most definitely be coming back. This place is now on my regular "go-to" list. Thank you everyone.
Really nice food but slowest lunch service I've ever had. We were a large group but we did not order very much because we had afternoon meetings. Took 1.5h to get served and start getting food on the table.