Little Bay - Farringdon

Little Bay - Farringdon

British

0.5 miles
171 Farringdon Road, London, EC1R 3AL
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A short stroll from the buzzing heart of Clerkenwell sits the charming Little Bay. Warm yet opulent, the restaurant is an ideal destination for those looking for a wonderful meal, without having to spend a small fortune. On the street level, you'll find the quirky and intimate restaurant, while downstairs there's ample space for larger groups and parties in the dining room.

Portions are generous, so arrive with an appetite. I began with tangy grilled goat's cheese while my partner had the choux de crab, which she deemed unforgettable. I then moved on to the fillet of salmon, flavoured by a citrusy Hollandaise sauce and accompanied by rice and tabbouleh. The duck leg confit that my partner ordered arrived with red cabbage and butternut squash, and was very delicious indeed. Make sure you leave room for dessert - the profiteroles with banana cream and hot chocolate sauce are delightful. My partner also enjoyed her slice of moist apple cake.

An opera singer performs pop hits and classical numbers on Thursdays and Saturday, providing a fun musical accompaniment to your dining experience. Food of this quality is very difficult to find at such reasonable prices in London, and the live music is just the icing on the cake
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Opening Hours:
Mon:12pm-12am
Tues:12pm-12am
Weds:12pm-12am
Thurs:12pm-12am
Fri:12pm-12am
Sat:12pm-12am
Sun:12pm-11pm
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