The restaurant city social offers good quality food in the center of the London Financial district.

Hidden on the 24th floor of the tower42, this restaurant isn’t the most popular with tourist but it from the neighbor offices that attracts the majority of customers.

Considering the exclusive location the menu is priced accordingly however the restaurant delivers in terms of quality and service. There are other restaurants like the ones in the shard with a better view but terrible food and service.

  • Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1HQ

  • 120£ per person

  • Last Visit August 2014

Michelin stars
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    The food

    Good. I tried several dishes from the bar and the restaurant and I was pleased with the consistence and quality.

    The service was really good and I think that this restaurant is perfect for business meetings.

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    The Wine

    There is a good list of wine however nothing particularly great.

    The prices are quite high due to the location and clientele.

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    The bar and the restaurant offer two completely different menus. So be sure to book a table in the restaurant (you can always have drinks at the bar)

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    The Business Side

    Super busy and things are really gloaming.

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    Brand awareness

    Jason Atherton is not famous as Gordon Ramsay, Heston Blumenthal and company nonetheless the Restaurant Associates is a strong group with several important restaurants around the world.

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    Social Media

    Great job. There have been 22,335 check-ins of facebook so far.

    It is an astonishing number.

Some photos of City Social Restaurant and Bar

City Social: the restaurant in the city
Amazing location and good food. A little bit pricey
  • the view
  • good food
  • the price of the wine
8.3Overall Score

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Serial entrepreneur and investor with a soft spot for fine dining and traveling. With a passion about business that has been growing since 1981. Web and marketing for breakfast, business successes for lunch and big failures for dinner (but at least with a full stomach).

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