Three courses & bottomless Prosecco £39 per person
Enjoy three courses & bottomless Prosecco for £39 per person or three courses & bottomless Champagne for £69 per person. Bottomless will last for up to 1.5 hours for tables of 8 people maximum.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 8 people
Starts: 22 June 2019
Ends: 30 April 2020
Availability: Sun 12:00-17:00
Only 1 vegetarian option and no vegan options! Ridiculous at this day and age! Plus we ordered the chocolate pudding and it was massively over priced for the portion! Was barely even a portion! Wouldn’t go back again
My partner and I love Galvin HOP - excellent food, fair prices, the ambience has a great energy but it’s not overwhelmingly noisy, we would often give “Outstanding” across the board. This being said, it was the first time that (as a vegetarian), there wasn’t really anything I wanted. In the past, there have been 2 or 3 options, but something was missing - I think the options didn’t seem particularly exciting or innovative, and there was no “oooo” or “mhmmm”’s from me this time. I opted for a starter, and then two sides for the main, and the lentils side was by a clear mile the better dish than the starter. The staff were as welcoming and friendly as ever, and the service is always great. It was a little disappointing because we asked for water and were offered the house sparkling water (carbonated on site in reusable glass bottles), which we were asked if we wanted refilling towards the end of our meal, and then we were surprised to be charged a price you would expect for San Pellegrino in a nice restaurant. When we raised that this felt a little odd, the staff got a little defensive and offered for us to take back the tip that was left. It was a little bit of a sad end to the night because we have found, every time we visit, that all the staff to be lovely and welcoming, and there was no issue with the service (hence why the tip was left in the first place), but wanted to give a bit of feedback and it wasn’t well received. By no means was this a dampener on our overall view of the restaurant and I cannot state enough that it is one of our favourite places in London and we will certainly be back for more delicious food, but I wanted to be honest, and I hope the feedback can be received here.
Delicious food and very good service in a relaxed environment, worth a visit
Restaurant was very busy and lively, fish was over cooked and potatoes needed seasoning. Had to ask,for salt and pepper nothing on tables. The menu online was not what we were offered.
Unfortunately toilets were disgusting and I had to complain to manager, i was sent to,use the main restaurant toilets.
Would not return
Lovely experience - great food and service. We felt very looked after and were allowed to stay chatting at our table long after we’d finished eating which was much appreciated :-).
Lovely food but we were stuck next to a big, loud Christmas party. I’m sure it would be better normally.
Visited recently for the Bottomless Brunch and had a great meal. We opted for an extra to nibble while waiting - a very large serving of delicious padron peppers. The meal itself was excellent, loved all three courses, and we drank plenty of Prosecco! Service was good but unobtrusive and we weren't rushed out. Would definitely recommend.
Went there for Sunday lunch excellent roast beef and the trimmings . Lovely roast squid for fish lovers and some good veggie options . Good service . What is not to like . Big fan of the Galvins chain and their excellent cooking .
Good quality, tasty meal but not exceptional!
The food was excellent, as it always is in Galvin restaurants. The waiters were great. Generally a good balance of sophisticated, but relaxed and unpretentious. Only complaint was that the heating needs to be turned up for a cold November evening, we were both wearing a jumper and a fleece - it would nice to feel cozy on a winter's evening. I still recommend it, but dress warm.
The food and the staff were great
The music was terrible both in terms of choice and volume
Lovely roast at Galvin HOP. Good service and we eventually found a wine we like. Surprised they can't make their outside space round the back more inviting. The astroturf and the coatstands just don't fit with the great food. Will def go again though!
The only thing that let it down was that I booked through Opentable and wasn’t allowed to use my rewards cheque.
We booked a table for 6 people that had 2 vegetarians. There was only 1 vegetarian main on the menu (miso aubergine). Okay, not ideal, but we don't have a choice.
We then find out that there is only one portion remaining. Cue us asking them if we could order from the menu of their connected restaurant (no), or if they could make an alternate dish (no). As luck would have it, they then come out and say "actually it's okay, we can make 2 portions."
The plates come and they only have a quarter of an aubergine on each. Disappointing would be an understatement.
It was a beautiful sunny day and we ate outside. We had the set lunch menu which was excellent and good value for money. Service could not have been better. Happy atmosphere. Will certainly go again.
Booked a table for 5 at fairly short notice. Very attentive service and enjoyable meal. Convenient for Liverpool Street Station.
I chose the Sunday lunch which was beef. It was OK - a little too fatty and salty. However, I generally like Galvins so I think I may have chosen the wrong thing
Food was lovely, and so were the team members. The only issue we had was that there was no vegetarian gravy to go with the Sunday roast. Wouldn’t have been such a problem but we had emailed ahead to check if there would be a vegetarian option.
Great for a booked meal or for dropping in for drinks or dessert & coffee. Always welcoming and usually space.
Fine fine fine
Food was good, wine overpriced. Service efficient. Restaurant not very busy on Saturday at 1930 maybe more of a mid-week restaurant.
Really good experience. Food was delicious and the set menu was excellent value for the quality.
Ordered: Sea bream ceviche, lime & chilli 9, delightful! Steak tartare, Burford brown egg yolk, toasted sourdough 11, this was a problem with communication with the waitress. Asked for a small portion, she said it was very small, but in fact it could really be for two people. Was ordered by a petite woman. Carlingford rock oysters, shallot vinegar & brown bread 6no 18, was fabulous and fresh, but no bread arrived with these. Also ordered baked skate, which was delightful, especially for skate. The escargot was nicely done, but had to also ask for bread with this. But the funny order was this: "Mixed leaves salad 3 French fries 4 French beans & confit shallot 4". This is what the menu said. I thought we needed some greens and for £4 I ordered this for us. I read it out loud for comedic effect since there were three of us and I thought it was hilarious how it came with 3 french fries and 4 french beans. I commented that we would fight for the 4th bean. Hahaha. Well the joke was on us because the waitress, failed to see the humour in this. Although I read this word-for-word straight off the menu, she delivered us a mixed leaves salad. And 3 orders of french fries. And 3 orders of french beans. Well in the end I was perplexed until I figured out what happened and I ended up not saying anything but paying for the lot anyhow so I wouldn't cause a fuss with my lunch guests. The rosé is a nice Portugese variety. All-in-all, decent value and the menu is better than previously at hops, a bit less pub-like, which is nice. The atmosphere was fantastic - a sunny day out on the patio with heaters to take the edge off the cool breeze.
Fun Easter Sunday lunch here with good Easter egg hunt and other activities for the children. Good outside space when the weather is good. Nicely cooked Sunday roast with all the trimmings. Delicious chocolate egg dessert. Very attentive service.
The menu online didnt match what was actually available. A different table were offered a choice from ala carte to make up the online offer but we weren’t. They didnt have our booking on their systems when we arrived. Given the choice around the area we wont be back in a hurry.
Fantastic place for lunch. Really good value and excellent quality food. I had the brunch and was amazing -and amazing value - £10 for brunch is London!!
Really enjoyed our dinner , also the best exprsso martinis we have had made by Bruno the amzing bartender.
Fun and relaxed place to meet friends for drinks and then food. Tasty starters/bites and helpful on wines .
Excellent Pilsner as usual.
So all in all this is a nice place and the majority of us took advantage of the roast dinner and glass of wine for £18, however those who opted for something from the menu were left very disappointed. Steaks were overcooked on x2 attempts and didn't taste great. However, I will say the roast dinners were very tasty and we will go back.....just for the roast
The restaurant was busy and we kept being pushed to place our order for drinks, dessert etc but overall is a good place for good food and ambience.
Went for a Christmas lunch with my colleague - excellent food, will definitely return
Had a great time at christmas with family. Food and service excellent. The table d'hote with wine was great value. Will be back.
The set menu is good value for money with a nice selection of dishes.
Excellent meal at Galvin Hop.
The food was delicious and the service was top class.
Made all the better by the friendly and efficient service from all the staff.
A special mention to Tamsin who’s energy and enthusiasm shone through.
Poor value and quality. A big disappointment. A big disappointment.
The relaxed bistro style of Galvin Hop was very welcome at the end of the week. Our Friday night meal was good value, well served and presented. We both agreed that the food was very tasty, and the portions of sufficient size for the three courses. We were pleased that the deal included wine, water and coffee and we will certainly return!
Had an excellent lunch with an old work colleague recently at Galvin Hop. Despite it being busy with Christmas lunches we were given a quiet corner so we could easily hear each other. We both had excellent grilled octopus as our starter and then venison haunch and vegetarian option for mains - both of which were very good. The carmelised banana dessert which we shared was also delicious. Service was very attentive but we never felt rushed. Overall a very good relaxed lunch.
Really tasting menu and fabulous cocktails. The service was incredible. Our waitress really made the effort to make sure everything was just right.
Ideal venue for an early evening catch-up with friends. Set menu was excellent value with carefully prepared and delicious seasonal choices. Friendly and efficient staff - what's not to love?
The service was a bit slow but the beef wellington was superb!