British Pub on Regent Street
The Wigmore is a gorgeous British pub on Regent Street, part of the 5 star Langham Hotel. The main bar area was buzzing when we arrived without being too hectic. It was a lovely pub to relax from the hustle and bustle of Central London.
The Wigmore has created a drinks list from the team behind Artesian (also part of the Langham) including a fine selection of wines, cask ales and craft beers. Of course, there is also a decent cocktail selection. We sipped on one of our favourite cocktails – a Bramble (£10.50) with Bombay Sapphire gin, blackberry liqueur, lemon, sugar as well as a Pink Lemonade.
The Food Menu
The Wigmore has a small intimate dining area which sits 20 covers. With sittings at 6pm and 8pm, it offers a quintessential British pub experience. With the menu overseen by Michel Roux Jr, we knew we were in for a treat.
The menu is split into snacks, mains and sides. We ordered the Ham Croquetas (£5.50) which were perfectly crispy on the outside and deliciously creamy inside. The British Cured Meats board from Cannon and Cannon (to share) (£19) was fantastic. There were a variety of meats including chorizo and salami as well as large pieces of crispy flatbread.
We also eyed up the Masala spiced scotch-egg, dahl relish on another customer’s table. With vermicelli noodles, this was a twist on the classic and looked amazing.
We were also drawn to the Cornish plaice, peas, potato, brown shrimp butter sauce (£13). The plaice was tender and was complimented by the beautiful sauce. This was such incredible value for the quality of the fish.
We finished off our lovely meal with a tangy and fresh Lemon and raspberry posset (£5). It was light enough not to feel too full!
We were so impressed with this lovely British pub on Regent Street. The smaller dining room felt intimate and special, the service was super friendly, and the food was top notch at very reasonable prices.
East London Girl: The Wigmore
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