Off The Wall Bar & Grill
30% off food for dinner
Enjoy your dinner and get 30% off your food bill. Offer valid from a la carte menu only, minimum 2 courses per person, cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, dinner packages, vouchers or discounts. Offer excludes Westholme Wagyu steaks and Large cuts.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 1 January 2020
Ends: 31 January 2020
Availability: Daily 18:00-22:00
Set menu 2/3 course set menu with a glass of wine or small beer£23/£26
From a set menu. Priced per person.
Choose from two or three courses to suit you.
Offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers, vouchers
Offer is subject to availability.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes tax, excludes discretionary service charge of
Valid For: 1 - 8 people
Starts: 1 January 2020
Ends: 31 January 2020
Availability: Daily 12:00-15:00 18:00-22:00
Not bad if you’re in the area but better options available if you’re willing to walk a bit further.
Work lunch - excellent service, food and decor/ambience. Would definitely return. Thanks
A nice fairly casual restaurant, with polite and friendly staff, and a fairly busy bar, particularly after work hours. Food was very nice, and portions sizes were pretty hefty, we both ended up with leftovers (a rarity). The triple-cooked chips were a particular delight.
The service was excellent and the staff were very attentive and friendly. We all enjoyed the food immensely.
Nice and quiet restaurant with excellent service and food. Two courses for £23 was excellent value as well!
Really attentive service, food was excellent and it was quiet enough for a good conversation around the table.
Great service and tasty food. Only short of 5-star as it was quite noisy... but then it was a busy lunchtime.
Excellent service. Great food, timely served at lunchtime.
Good food and lovely bright restaurant. Staff were very polite but service could be quicker - especially for a business lunch.
The good was very good, the waitress was very helpful when asked about items on the menu and the service was excellent.
Service was faultless and staff were really pleasant, friendly and helpful. Lovely attractive clean restaurant. However food was really ordinary - the bread tasted like a toasted sliced loaf and the meats were poor quality. Vegetarian dish was fine but totally unremarkable. We dined on a 50% discount offer but had we paid full price would have felt really hard done by.
This is the restaurant at the Apex hotel just south-east of the junction of London Wall and Moorgate. Always open, always pleasant, rarely crowded. Good food, friendly efficient service, perfect for a quite meal away from the crowds.
Without the half price food offer, this would have been really poor value. The service was truly dreadful. The first waiter, I assume, maitre d', was fine. Pleasant, chatty but didn't know if his bar had any sherry. The waitress was hopeless. I'm going to say badly trained. She had been told to say 'you're welcome' but appeared to have no idea what it meant. We asked for tap water as well as a bottle of wine but getting glasses refilled was pretty much impossible. However, she was very keen to top up the wine glasses. I could give a whole list of things. In the end, we asked for a short break before ordering dessert. We saw no staff after that, decided we didn't need dessert and had to ask at the bar for the bill.
As a hotel restaurant it was pretty much deserted on a Saturday night, no atmosphere at all. The food was only ok.
Fantastic food, ambiance and staff. What’s not to like. And opentable 50% off food makes it even better.
Every time I order rib eye steak and triple cooked chips at lunch time. I’m told they do not have the triple cooked chips, only rosemary fries. Do they buy frozen food in? Surely if fresh, a potato is a potato so why fries and not chips?
Extremely disappointed with the food. Artichoke soup was tasty but portion was unbelievably small - only three medium size soups spoons were served ! The main was a Chicken, Mushroom and Tarragon Pie with steamed vegetables. The pie was tasteless! Very watery and hardly any chicken. House wines were below average. Still expensive for 50% deal for the food served. Booked table for 8.15pm for two peopl and they weren't ready for us, even though the place was 80% empty! At 10.10pm we were given the bill without asking for it! Wouldn't go back!
environment is good and so as the service. value for money as a very comfortable environment for group dinner.
A great place for a business meal: not too noisy, and with good food, with a wonderful Maitre 'd who remembered me from a previous visit.
Food wasn’t anything to scream about. Coffee was terrible. Not worth it. Staff were quite friendly.
Disappointed that you didn't have my booking (internet) although I had brought my acknowledgement. But no problem as Monday was quiet and the already efficient and friendly staff seemed to take extra trouble because of the small problem when the 4 of us arrived.
Food was good - 3 x steak and eggs (should have been "egg" though as we only got one and one chicken - and we all enjoyed our meal. The steak particularly had a good texture and flavour.
Desserts were good too. No sign of being rushed - we were there for about 2 and a half hours.
We all thoroughly enjoyed our evening and are looking forward to returning.
I am a regular visitor to this restaurant on the ground floor of the Apex London Wall hotel. The food is unfailingly delicious, the service friendly and efficient. And there are regular special offers via Open Table!
Friendly and attentative staff.
Good range of food and wine list.
It was a complete delight to find this restaurant: an oasis in the city. The food was great, the attentive service too. The beetroot salad starter and guinea fowl main course was excellent. The only thing that stopped me rating the food as 5 stars was that I felt the sticky toffee pudding was a bit overcooked/dry on the outside rather than succulent. It hardly marred a very fine evening eating there though.
Service was good, restaurant very quiet but it was a Tuesday night. Apart from Jerusalem Artichoke soup, food was decidedly dull. Overpriced for what it is.
Very good value with the 50% discount currently running.
Christmas menu had a poor quality turkey main for the price of £35
Two of us dined with the 50% off food offer. Both the main course (steak) and puddings were well good. The sticky toffee pudding was excellent, avoiding a cloying sweetness. The venue was quiet and we could hear ourselves think. Service was attentive. With the discount the meal was reasonable value.
The whole meal was very good -the triple cooked chips were the best I have ever had!
INCREDIBLE VALUE FOR MONEY ON THE LUNCH TIME SET MENUE! £23.50 for two courses in a swanky central London restaurant! Food was delicious! Came here to celebrate myself and my boyfriends graduation. Highly recommend. Friendly staff however sometimes there was a slight error in words due to accents however it’s still an amazing find and I’m so happy I booked it! 100% would recommend and would definitely go back
The staff were particularly attentive, accommodating and the chef was more than happy to prepare a gluten menu. Would highly recommend it.
We were a group of friends who previously worked in the City and booked this restaurant not knowing what to expect. I didn't even know this restaurant was part of the Apex London Wall Hotel. We were pleasantly surprised. The dishes were very tasty indeed and the staff polite, friendly and always ready to advise on menu choices. The Charcuterie starter a must have!
Definitely value for money considering we were in the City.
I will definitely come back.
Always very quiet at lunchtimes but that’s why I go here! Excellent food and service and I can relax away from my business office with friends for an hour!
Brilliant touch down spot and the management and team, cool and superbly helpful. Only downside is zero mobile signal on two major networks in the building (the blue one and the red one) but oddly back to 4 G right out of the door.
Everything was excellent. The lamb in particular was some of the best lamb I have had. Very polished cooking and service.
What a good choice this restaurant was. The staff were genuinely helpful and respectful. We felt very relaxed. We enjoyed drinks in the bar area (and we can recommend the rosé), before the waiter helped us move to our table that was quiet and we really benefited from the lack of noisy music, so the four of us could chat without shouting to be heard.
We chose a deal (with Open Table) to have 50% off our meals, so we could choose from the al a carte menu. We all enjoyed our starters and meals. The portions aren't too big, so didn't feel over-full after three courses.
I really liked that we had cloth napkins.
The bathroom was clean and lush and I enjoyed the walk to stretch my legs between courses.
This restaurant is about 20 minutes walk from the Tate Modern, about the same to Shorditch and it's easy to get to Bank station (and on to Waterloo).
The steak on the set menu tasted off and old.
We went on a work lunch with the 3 courses for £24 offer . The service was a bit disappointing as when we told the waiter about an issue with the food, we were questioned instead of being offered an apology despite this being an overall issue as the table next to us had query the same with the waiter. We also told the waiter at the beginning that we have booked this through Open table but they marked our booking as non-attended. The rest of the food was nice and overall it was an ok experience.
I suppose it doesn’t come as a shock that a happy smiling reception at a restaurant will make for a good experience.
To be honest, this hotel based restaurant was bland in design and the food was adequate.
But the experience was made most enjoyable by the staff.
Soulless - absolutely nothing about this place makes me want to go back - nothing wrong with it but epitome of average - “beige”
A really lovely meal in a GREAT restaurant in a very central yet quiet location. Food was absolutely delicious and I am Gluten Free yet there was still plenty of choice. We took the £20 for two courses offer which is a real bargain as its just a smaller menu than the a la carte. Nice choice of wine at reasonable prices too. The service was exceptional , very friendly and helpful. Not many people so it was fairly quiet in terms of ambience but once people find out about this place I am sure it will be mega busy. I will come back and make this my new usual dining spot when meeting friends after work.