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Vic Naylor - London, Greater London


Description

A variety of dishes, from vegetarian to steak, in an old building which has brick and old tiles exposed an open fireplace contributes to a warm atmosphere, and the bar has a broad range of beers wines, spirits and cocktails.

Open for lunch and dinner.

Style of food on offer: Eclectic
Price Guide: £30.01 - £45.00
Accessibility for disabled: not accessible
Parking: Street Parking
Bar Facilities: Full bar
Smoking policy: Smoking permitted

Review Summary

Vic Naylor has received 1 review, giving the following average ratings (out of 10 - higher is better):

Overall:8
Food:8
Service:6
Ambiance:8

The review can be seen in full below these details.

Recommended dishes: Steak

Address and Contact Details

38 Saint John Street
City of London
London
Greater London
England

Telephone: 020 7608 2181
Opening Hours: Noon - Midnight
Daily

Other Information

Accepted payment methods:
  Bank Debit Cards
  American Express
  Visa
  Diners' Club
  MasterCard/Eurocard

Dress code: Dressy casual

Hoseasons Country Cottages

Customer Reviews for Vic Naylor - London

Beery, Brassy and Buzzing - review added on Thu 23rd Dec 1999

Vic Naylors is a popular bar and eatery on the Farringdon edge of the city; it is crowded and the bar has music which gets steadily louder as the evening wears on. Service is not the fastest in town, but friendly and helpful - and they always know who ordered what. Reservations help, but do not worry if your table is late - that's normal on a busy evening. Well used by local city workers, there is a loyal clientele from distant areas too. Thoroughly recommended.
Overall: 8
Food: 8
Service: 6
Ambiance: 8

Recommended Dishes: Steak



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