Mon-Wed: 8:00 - 23:00
Thu-Fri: 8:00 - 23:30
Sat: 9:00 - 23:30
Kitchen Opening Times
Mon-Fri: 8.00 - 11.30 / Sat: 9.00 - 11.30
Mon-Fri: 12.00 - 15.00 / Sat: 12.00 - 17.00
Mon: 17.00 - 20.00
Tue-Wed: 17.00 - 21.30
Thu-Fri: 17.00 - 22.00
Sat: 17.00 - 21.30
- Disabled Access
- Easy Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
- Gluten Free Available
- Weddings and Other Private Parties Catered for
- Business Lunch
- Children's Menu available
About The Cut - Young Vic
The Cut Bar is one of London's most popular theatre bars and restaurants. Set within the Young Vic’s award winning building and minutes from Tate Modern, Old Vic Theatre, Southbank and Southwark and Waterloo Stations. Over two floors the stylish, buzzy bar and open-air terrace host an eclectic crowd of theatregoers, artists, suits and locals.
Food was not very good. and overpriced for what we had. Although we were early it was tired and looked as if it had been about for awhile. But the staff and atmosphere are always pleasant..
Our waiter was charm personified and couldn't have been more helpful.
Your staff are lovely especially the lady on the ticket/reception desk. She could not have been more helpful, warm and engaging. If you have internal recognition awards she should definitely get one!
I had salmon and it tasted awful. The waitress was not around. I found it expensive
We had a fantastic experience, drink, lunch, A Dolls House and tea. Lovely food, nice ambiance, caring. And a great play!
Food and service along with a wonderful show was all excellent. BUT the toilets were disgusting no paper towels, hand dryer not working and cleanliness of the toilet cubicles was awful!!!
I highly recommend the Cut. It’s great value for money and service is quick and friendly.
Sea bream was superb. The Cut only place to eat!
Excellent pre theatre dinner. Helpful, friendly staff. Delicious food.
Lovely place for pre-theatre eating plus good gluten-free choices, which was essential.
I am only submitting 5 stars for service. We were served by two people. A lovely young man who explained the 3 course menu deal well and was attentive. A little while later a young lady took over- she clearly did not want to be there and was very abrupt and rude- slamming new cutlery down on our table when bringing the main course. When we asked for the bill we were overcharged by more than £20. We pointed this out to her and she huffed at us, went off to print the new bill and threw down on the table. We paid the service charge but in hindsight wished we hadn’t, and just opted to leave the first waiter a tip in cash. Other than that the food was delicious and we would definitely book again before a show.
Thank you for hosting us yesterday. The service was absolutely brilliant from all staff, I was pleasantly surprised.
The alcohol value for money was very good, However the food was terrible, hardly any in terms of quantity. Also they have 1 server to service 40 people. They requited after we paid a reservation and for more money, and less head count. They also reserved the area but then allowed anyone to sit in it, so we personally had to ask people to move, to save us being squished.
Nice table in the window with a friend before the show. Just what we wanted.
Great atmosphere, good food and all for a good price
Hi, thank you for dinner last Friday. The atmosphere was great for early evening and the welcome warm. A nice table at the window, delicious negroni, attentive and pleasant service and great food! We'll be back!
Really helpful team and the food was a hit with our group. Can absolutely recommend to others.
It's always good to come and eat at The Cut Bar, whether or not one is coming to a show. Menu changes regularly, good list of drink options and the staff are knowledgeable and smiley however frenetic the place is.
Great service, as always. Thank you
Lovely and helpful staff.
Hamburgers here are amazing!!!
Always very good. Nice food, good range of drinks. Very good. Thanks.
Nice venue. Tables are a bit crowded. The mains (confit duck and a main course salad) were delicious. The leek and potato soup was a bit bland.
The pre-theatre menu is good value. We went just for mains as we weren't that hungry which are quite pricey individually. We both had chicken schnitzel with tomato sauce and courgette which was really bland, and shared truffle and parmesan fries which barely had truffle or parmesan flavour. Service was good and the atmosphere was good, the food just let it down (especially at £15 odd for just the main course). Separately - not a deal breaker - we were sitting near to the windows and it was quite draughty. These wouldn't stop me returning but hopefully the comments regarding the food are helpful and can be taken on board.
Really good and attentive service. Great place to grab a bite before the show.