Coq d'Argent

Row 1

No. 1 Poultry
London, EC2R 8EJ
+44 20 7395 5000
French, Bar, Pub
$ $ $
Mon–Thu: 7:30 AM–Midnight Fri: 7:30 AM–1:00 AM Sat: 11:30 AM–1:00 AM Sun: Noon–4:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This bar is the height of sophistication with an exceptional wine list, an extensive range of champagnes and stodgy cigars available to slurp, sip and smoke as applicable.
  • super rooftop garden in the middle of the city!!! don't miss it
  • Superb bar with rooftop garden. Go here on a hot summer day. Oustanding views of the Bank of England and it's surrounds. Great for sunset viewing's too. Pricey, but worth it.
  • Don't Jump!
  • Honestly, expected more. Food was ok, liked Painkiller cocktail a lot. Black chocolate tart and the place was too noisy. + The bill was...beyond the world....
  • Chilled rooftop bar, good service-wouldn't think you're in the heart of the city!
  • Left lift up, right lift down..
  • Best place after work on a sunny evening.
  • Enjoy open-air dining on the terrace whilst tucking into a contemporary French menu, and observe the impressive views of St Pauls Cathedral, the Gherkin and the Bank of England.
  • The lift is in the shopping centre!
  • Lovely Rump Steak and cool Cityboy venue. Enjoy!
  • roof top garden with a fantastic lunch
  • Super duper view and have blankets and heaters in Winter. Great for champagne with a City view
  • Sunday Jazz Lunch Menu 3 courses 30.
  • Cool rooftop location and nice seafood in London
  • Great brunch. GBP 30 for 2 courses and +38 for 2 hours bottomless champagne
  • Best view in London!
  • Good food, nice views. Lovely to sit outside during a warm day. Weekend brunch is nicely priced at 29 on a weekend with a Bellini included. They do charge a 'cover charge' of 2 per person..
  • Cool rooftop location and nice seafood (oysters, large prawns etc) but service at the outdoor patio area (by the elevators) is terrible.
  • Superb menu. If any concern, it was that the vegetarian options are quite limitedbut still look tasty and enticing. Overall, this has to be a recommendation, and certainly a must for wine-lovers.

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