Boundary Rooftop at The Boundary Project
A full dining menu is available, along with late night bar and DJ, at TraTra restaurant located on the lower ground floor.
Please be aware that all reservations are made for lunch or dinner only within the indoor Orangery on the Rooftop, outdoor tables or tables for drinks/bar snacks are available on a walk-in basis only, subject to availability.
If you have been unsuccessful in making a reservation please call us on +44 207729 1051 to check availability or speak to our events team regarding booking for groups of 7 or more.
There is metered parking on the following streets:
The nearest car park is a Euro Car
-Shoreditch High Street - Overground (5min walk)
-Liverpool Street Station - Underground (10min walk)
-Old Street Station - Underground (15-20min walk)
Public Transport Buses from Central and East London
Great gem hidden in Shoreditch. Great ambiance and stuff. Food is okay. Loved the place and it was not crowded
The venue at night is magical. Loved the lay out, loved the food, and the service was excellent. We had a beautiful evening and would thoroughly recommend the bar and restaurant for any special occasion.
Went here for my girlfriend’s birthday and had a pretty bleak overall experience. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a nice place, but the food portions are a joke and the service is awful. I brought a birthday cake for the celebration, and not only did the waitress come over and ruin the surprise by saying “regarding the birthday cake....” while my girlfriend was sat at the table, I later found out that she had come over to tell me if I wanted to have the cake in the restaurant, they would have to charge me £20, because it was company policy. Even ignoring all that, the service was poor, the waitresses and manager just stood in a corner laughing and joking with each other, and when we complained that one of the meals was simply not a ‘main’ and was over cooked, they refused to remove it from the bill because it was just the style. I’ll give a 2 out of 5 because it is a nice venue, but wouldn’t go again.
Nice place, the seafood platter made both myself and my partner ill though. Nice cocktails and cosy terrace.
The rooftop is brilliant for a gorgeous day out. However the food was below average and its quite expensive for what it is.
Rather than offering a huge variety of dishes, The Boundary offers a few outstanding selections. I loved their yellow fin tuna. Satisfying, yet super light. Their heated roof top is cozy and comfortable even on a cool evening
It was lovely and service was great
Amazing view and very cosy
The service is really good
This rooftop is amazingly prepared for London's weather, featuring heating and covered areas, meaning you can go any time if the year. However food is a bit overpriced, so I'd skip it and just get the drinks instead
Food was disappointing - sea bass was salty and over cooked and not a generous/succulent portion.
Staff were inattentive even though it wasn’t busy.
Outdoor drinking section of rooftop is much prettier than the dining glass covered part.
I’d come back but only for drinks in the outdoor part which looks beautiful.
Nice place to have a drink on a sunny day/evening.
Good cocktails but was not amazed by the food
Had the deluxe fruits de mer platter for two. Overall good value at £20 a head. One of the shrimps was wildly overcooked and there was sand in a lot of the mussels and clams so could have used a bit more attention to detail. The house Pimm's was good, the passionfruit was a nice touch. Service was a little slow but its a great place to eat rain or shine!
Only positive thing I can say is that the wine was good. Besides that, the food was overpriced and just not really good. Half of my tuna skewers were under cooked, other half was super dry. Everything was really salty. Overall a bit of a disappointment
Very desapointed about the quality of the food and the quantity, the
Being with my sister on my birthday was a 5 star experience, unfortunately this venue is one that I will be avoiding in the future. £6 for a half of peroni?? The food quality reminded me of Iceland’s frozen seafood range. Very ropey
Came here a year ago and despite the hefty price for food that is pleasant but not particularly memorable, I didn’t mind too much as the view is lovely and the service was okay.
However, I went this week on a Wednesday... had dinner, bottle of wine followed by a cocktail (which would have been further drinks, had the service been better) and my friend and I literally felt like asking for a drink was a burden. The service was terrible... food was average and very pricey. In the end we decided to head off to another spot for further cocktails. Such a shame as such a great spot. Doubtful that I’ll go back now.
In the past this was a brilliant location and a hidden gem. It has changed management and is now awful. Manager was rude and everything that was good about it has now made it unpleasant. It used to be a restaurant with attached bar, it is now clear they are more interested in bar customers than they are their restaurant customers.
Found a hair in my food, no replacement, no apologies and nothing offered or taken off the bill. Took 20min to get our drinks, many tables were complaining around us.
When finally getting the attention of the waiter he left mid order to a table who was calling him saying I’ll come back.... it was a mess, clearly short staffed and staff looked scruffy and overworked.
We booked boundary rooftop for an evening meal during our trip to London. We unfortunately had problems with our Uber which made us late however we rang beforehand apologising and were assured it wasn’t a problem. When we arrived the gentleman who I presume was the manger was very rude towards us, rushing us in and told us to order quickly before the kitchen closed. The service was very much like a fast food type and almost like a conveyor belt of dishing our meals and taking each course away quickly without asking how the food was.
As soon as we finished our food we were presented with the bill and not offered any further drinks.
I was looking forward to it as the restaurant had come highly recommended but I don’t think I would return.
The rooftop was not busy when we arrived with many empty tables and yet we were refused our request to sit there.
The only good thing was the food which was delicious and nicely presented.
Perhaps there could have been a warmer welcome on arrival as this immediately formed my opinion of the overall service which unfortunately was very average.
Great venue. Like the bbq concept. Always delivers. Bit of poor communication with the girl at the door around availability at the bar for a drink pre dinner but otherwise all very good.
Food was mediocre. Rooftop was pleasant, but too busy and crowded.
We arrived at the terrace to find that the area we were supposed to be dining in had been taken over for a party. When I showed the waitress the reservation through open table she shrugged her shoulders and said it would have been better to book direct. No apology was offered. I can understand that commercially it might have made sense to take the larger booking, but they didn’t even bother to contact me to explain the reservation had been cancelled. Very poor approach to customers that caused me embarrassment and I certainly won’t risk a reoccurrence.
Boundary Rooftop at The Boundary Project is a great rooftop option for drinks or a meal. They have an informal BBQ menu that is quite pricy but tasty. The service was a little on the slow side, and don't bother asking for a jug of tap water - it's just not an option regardless of whatever else you order. They will only ration you with mini glasses. Otherwise enjoyed the experience.
Booked for the location and view, then read previous reviews of The Boundary and became very apprehensive that poor service and bad food would completely ruin this surprise birthday dinner - pleased to say this wasn't the case at all. We were very well looked after, served at nicely timed intervals and the food was lovely.
The food was very overpriced and overrated, the wine was warm, and service, was not great! The views were beautiful and the venue is stunning, but have to say I wouldn’t go back!
Lovely to be on a rooftop in Shoreditch but oh boy was the service bad. 20 mins to take my drink order then he forgot it - time elapsed from sitting to drinking - 40 mins. Time elapsed from sitting to eating 1 hr 5 mins. Time elapsed from being ready to pay bill to actually paying: 10 mins. They gave us some free sides and took the service off for our troubles. But I for sure won’t be going back. Sad!
Lovely views. Slightly dissappointed with the food. Nothing special or memorable. Took ages to get the waiters attention to pay the bill. I just expected more.
Amazing outside space which is why we went. If you book a table in advance you cannot sit outside which I though, you have to sit under the roof section. Outside was packed and only three tables full in the roof section so we ended up felling like everyone outside was at a party we were not invited to.....service was terrible, so slow, huge gaps between ordering and receiving. We paid £100 for a main course and some mock-tails. Could not believe the size of the bill for what we had. Terrible value for money. It is simply not worth going to the outside space, even if you are allowed to sit out there that is.
- Long wait
- Cold food when it eventually arrived
- Nice place for drinks only, wouldn’t recommend for dining.
Friendly staff , lovely atmosphere, great food. Highly recommended
I can’t think of a better place to spend a relaxed sunny evening in central London.
Very cool but relaxed bar. Lovely lunch in the Orangery. Attentive staff. They have managed to get the formula completely right here. Will definitely be going back.
Took a client for lunch in the upstairs restaurant. Food was pretty much the worse I have ever had in that sort of establishment. Scallop and bacon skewer with apples and lettuce salad was really poor. At £26 it was a total rip-off. I left the scallops yet not one waitress asked if my meal was okay. They were very poor and again at the prices they charge for relatively small dishes you should expect good service. I would never take a client there again, unless it was for drinks on the roof terrace as that space is lovely.
When paying, I asked to pay the subtotal by card and wanted to leave a cash tip for the service at our desgression despite it already being included as a set amount in the overall total already. Once the card payment had been made the waiter stood there and pointed at the dish and said he was waiting for the tip. I assured him that we would leave a tip that we wanted to give before we left as we still had our drinks to finished. For the next 15 minutes his eyes were fixed on the tip plate every time he came near and his behaviour felt very pressuring which is not how it should be. It ruined a fairly good experience at the restaurant. Being intimidated or forced into paying a tip is not what I expect when dining. I was willing before that incident to pay the whole amount even though the servers made a few mistakes and forgot a few requests throughout the evening.
The food was cold, burnt and undercooked in certain places. Price incommensurate with quality.
I came here with a friend from out of town as I had been before and thought it would be the perfect place. Our table was almost in the centre of the walkway which was very disappointing. There was no introduction from the waitress, who looked very casual so I wasn’t sure that she was even the waitress. The food was very standard for the price. I had the roasted vegetable skewer which came with a salad and my friend had the chicken skewer and that came with no salad, we had to ask if we could order more drinks and our aperol spritz came in a small juice glass with no slice or orange and generally it felt very disappointing as it didn’t feel as special as I had remembered. Needless to say I won’t be going there again, it definitely feels like a shoreditch has been with many other places in the area taking over for great food and great service.
Trendy son took me out to lunch for a catch-up. We had the seafood platter. Nice to share and the rest of the menu was interesting. Desert lemon tart was definitely homemade. Good strong Aperol spritz. Also had a meet up with friends there before the Stones concert, good cocktails out on the terrace to get us in the mood. Recommended - however its the only place I have been to recently in Hoxton!
This is always a super good choice both for food and atmosphere. If you pick the right evening, having a drink on the terrace is the best starter.
Oysters were fine (couldn't really mess those up), but everything else very poor: waiters and waitresses under-trained, couldn't answer questions about food and wine and generally chaotic; food arrived more than 10 minutes before the wine - had to aske for the wine more than 3 times before it arrived; white wine was warm; food very disappointing. There are so many good restaurants in the area, do not waste your time and money.