The Thomas Cubitt
The Small Dining Room, The Atrium, The Main Dining Room and the Entire First Floor are available for private hire.View Private Dining Details
Been several time but first time for Sunday lunch, 6 of us - really convivial environment, sat for 3 hours with no pressure at all to leave. Attentive but not pushy service in a bright cosy room. Sunday roast, starters and deserts excellent - the only slightly weak dish was the pasta (I think Nettle Ravioli) which was a bit bland.
Will be back again
always a fun place the visit
the upstairs is quieter than the downstairs
Very disappointing - each dish had to be sent back because the food was served cold. The staff are great but the quality of the food is poor.
Went to Thomas Cubitt on a recommendation from Fodors guide book and the restaurant's proximity to our lodging. Had a wonderful final meal in London before heading home. The starters and mains were delicious and ample in size. Desserts were Ok but not on a par with the other courses. Overall, I would return when next in London.
Solid dining experience all around if you are looking for good British food served in a nice setting.
Still a good choice, but had been better some time ago
Delicious food and excellent service thank you for a lovely lunch we will be back!
This was my third visit, always in Flower Show week. However, after recommending the restaurant to friends, we were very disappointed this year. We were shown upstairs (where we’ve sat before) after being given the menu the waiter had to be asked to serve us. Prices were much more expensive and nothing that we really got excited about, so we asked if there was a table available downstairs. We then waited an hour and a quarter before we got our starter. We were given some complimentary olives after an hour and I asked for some bread. My friend’s fish was rather small, my burger was ok.
As a result of our wait we didn’t get to the flower show until quarter to four and were unable to see all the exhibits in the time. So not a very positive experience this year.
A really original menu supported by excellent service. A la Carte is pricey but the set lunch is good value.
An excellent restaurant; interesting menu and delightful staff downstairs in the bar and upstairs in the dining room. Every single morsel was delicious, beautifully cooked and lovingly presented. With one exception. The only carbohydrate side dish on the menu were fries. However one dish on the menu was accompanied by Jersey royals. We asked if we could have some with our meal. No, chef says no!! Apparently he didn’t have any spare? We ordered the fries. Frozen, skin on, over salted and quite clearly suffering from bottom of the bag syndrome. Horrible. What a great sadness that the lack of a boiled potato should ruin, what in every other way was, a perfect meal.
Very beautiful location in a quiet place; all the meals were very good
Mains Sunday dinner only had beef which was tough only got points back because desserts were good
Very good Sunday roast with good choice and service. Consistently good service and food quality.
We had a great lunch with a friend here. The fish and chips is delicious
We were a mixed group of 8 including youngsters. From the outset service was friendly and professional with all special requests dealt with promptly. Food was simply made some nice twists and satisfying . Wine is well priced and those that ate deserts said they were excellent.
It is a nice place but quality orice disappointing. rge food okay but overpriced by at least 40 percent... there are other places in Elizabeth Street I would go next time iI am in Victoria
We had the nicest time at The Thomas Cubitt recently and could not have been looked after better. Although having booked an upstairs table we were so comfortable sitting downstairs that we asked if it was able to change to eat downstairs. No problem and we really enjoyed our food. Great service and value in a wonderful atmosphere.
The pub itself is nice but thats about all that we liked! The Sunday roast priced at £24 came on a huge plate and defined quantity not quality. Presentation 1/10, a mound of cabbage strewn on the plate with small slivers of mediocre beef. The main dishes were expensive and so small it was painful paying £15+ for them. My cod and Charlotte potatoes was a tiny piece of fish and I counted the grand sum of 3 tiny potatoes on the side. 4 people, 2 courses and one drink each came to nearly £200 , absolutely not worth it im afraid. Watching one of the wait staff push a white sauce into a big serving bottle using his fingers was the pièce de résistance for our experience here.
Disappointed to be in a back room, even though I had booked a couple of months in advance. It was noisy and our guests seemed underwhelmed. Food, shared wing of beef, was good but a little cold. Beef served with veg on a wooden board which looked great, but the heat had gone out of it.
Not sure now if we will return.
Saturday was my second visit to the Thomas Cubitt and it was equally as good as the first one! Food is consistently good, the service friendly (our waitress was lovely) and the atmosphere buzzy and fun. Thank you.
Great time had by all. They had accepted an over the phone order from Australia to surprise me for the birthday - flawless execution
Perfect for a civilised, unpretentious but really top quality British meal. The dining room upstairs was quiet without being too quiet and the menu was reassuringly small. The waiter (young, South African) was natural and extremely friendly, even offering me to taste a few different wines before making up my mind. I’ve been here several times, it’s my restaurant of choice near Victoria.
Great every day dinner spot
We took our Mom here for Mother's day and it was just lovely. We were sat on a light, quite and spacious table over looking the dinning room where we could soak in the laid back ambience. The staff were sooo friendly. Oh and the food was delicious! Thank YOU
I love this place. Great ambience, food, wine & service!
Amazing food and service and atmosphere. It was brilliant
We entered Thomas Cubitt through the din and residual tobacco smell of the pub. An employee grunted and pointed to the stairs to the dining room. We found our way to the dining room on the second floor.
There was an open table near a window, but when we asked for it were told it was reserved. (We had a reservation!) We were seated at a small table next to a fireplace. The space was lighted by a floor lamp that shone into my dinner companion's eyes. She switched it off.
Shortly, a waiter arrived and, literally, reprimanded my wife for turning off the lamp without permission. He mumbled something about safety. He did not turn on the lamp.
Service, generally, was good, but slow. The food was excellent, except my chicken was dry and not helped by the greasy gravy covering it.
We left rather quickly as the incident about the lamp made us very uncomfortable.
Thomas Cubitt is NOT a value. We will not return.
Good food, good service. It's not cheap but that's central London.
Amazing gastro pub - everyone is really friendly and helpful, and a great atmosphere. Would definitely recommend it.
Such a great sunday lunch! The food was amazing and the service was literally impeccable. Highly recommended!
Went with my Dad and best friend after a long day shopping - it was a bit cold when we first arrived but it got warmer and the service was very very good and the food was amazing
I love this place, the food is very good, good quality!
This is a stylish gastropub with many different ambiances depending on the floor and room. We ate upstairs in a small dining room and the ambiance was very pleasing, lighting, noise and seating were all very comfortable. The food was excellent. Our waiter was not the smoothest touch, but other staff with whom we interacted were very welcoming. There was a lively bar scene downstairs that looked like fun. Overall, a good outing!
Superb food, well presented. Lovely setting and excellent service.
I had the Sunday roast dinner - which was nice but could have been hotter. My husband had the fish and chips but his fish looked overcooked. They were changing the wine menu so there was limited choice of wine available. The first floor dinning room is nice but even though it has high ceilings and wasn't overly busy it was still noisy - but that may have been due to the other guests. The service was pleasant as was the overall experience but I wouldn't rush back there when there are so many other better local options available.
Absolutely superb, staff, service, food, a great place for a family meal, this establishment needs to be recognised for the gem it is. Far better than a Michelin stared restaurant we visited the day before.
Everything really good but service a little slow and roasts were cold by time they reached table.
Unexciting and unimaginative limited menu. Slightly offhand staff, not very welcoming and nowhere near as pleasant an experience as The Alfred Tennyson. Would not return.