Christmas Day at Vintry Izakaya: £40
A traditional 3-course Christmas Day menu. Main dishes include Turkey Ballantine stuffed with Cumberland sausage meat and Salmon en Croute, and festive desserts include Christmas pudding with ice cream & brandy butter, or warm treacle spiced cake with blackberry ice cream. The menu is available for £40.00 per person.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 20 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: 25 December 2019
Ends: 25 December 2019
Availability: Wed 18:30-22:00
Vintry Izakaya’s New Year’s Package: £49
This New Year’s Eve, celebrate with a sharing menu of Asian inspired small-plates at elegant but informal Vintry Izakaya situated within the new Vintry & Mercer hotel. The sharing menu also includes a welcome cocktail, a complimentary glass of champagne at midnight and exclusive access to Vintry & Mercer’s 1920s underground speakeasy, DND.
The package is available for £49.00 per person and will be served
from 7.30pm–10.30pm, with an advance deposit of £25.00 per
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 20 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service. 48 hours cancellation policy.
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: 31 December 2019
Ends: 31 December 2019
Availability: Tue 19:30-22:30
Excellent and creative food with attentive service.
It was very quiet as we where the only dinners at that time.
Excellent Service, will definitely come again.
Nice food very delicate and well presented, all taste amazing!
We would recommend for anyone who work nearby for business lunch or entertainment.
Great inventive food some unusual dishes shame it’s not a bit busier
When we arrived the room had not been fully laid up, there were no bar or waiting staff and the restaurant looked closed. We were redirected by the Dorman to the restaurant on the rooftop and then sent back down again. This time there were staff. Sadly they appeared extremely disinterested in having any customers, tried to direct us to a dingy table near the entrance and made no apologies for the poor start to our evening. As a result we decided to cut our losses and went instead to the ever reliable Caravan instead.
Great shame because the menu sounded very interesting and the reviews we read had been good. Note to manager – never underestimate the importance of first impressions!
Dining on a Sunday evening we found ourselves the only diners, however, this didn't matter as we found every else excellent. Staff were friendly and efficient. We didn't really know what we we're ordering being new to Fusion Asian Tapas, and had we known 'Sandos' meant sandwich, 2 of our choices may have been different. However, we also chose a Wasabi dressed Caesar Salad which was delicious and happily served 2. Just enough kick of Wasabi to make it hot and interesting. The spicy toasted Prawn sandwiches were filling and delicious too, but my favourite was the Shredded Beef Arancini. A good size rice ball and 3 in total. We found the whole meal extremely tasty and excellent value for money. We washed this down with the best house white wine we've ever tasted. Highly recommended. We'll be back.
You just don’t really need to book as VERY quiet when we went. But everything is perfect and so so good 😍
Outstanding service.restaurant deco is super nice. The food was also very good and not expensive at all.id recomend this place to everyone
Waiters were very friendly and welcoming. It worths definitely trying it.
Excellent full english!
A bit hard to find and one dish needed to be re done but nice environment and good coffee
Excellent dinner at Vintry kitchen, highly recommend this restaurant. All the dishes were outstanding. The highlight was the miso aubergine which is the best aubergine I’ve had in London.
Vintry was fab - quiet in the kitchen so good conversation - food tapas style to die for - no bad dish and we ordered a lot! Downstairs cocktail bar quirky and fun - drinks great! Will be back.
Our first time with Asian style 'tapas', and we didn't know how much to order, so we rather overdid it. The peanut chicken dish and the jasmine rice were both very nice, and the bream was very well cooked. The deserts were wonderful. The wine recommended by our server was delicious.
Great small bites that fill you up, accompanied by a lovely ambience makes a perfect night out!
I took my Mum for a Mothers Day Lunch on Saturday it was absolutely perfect it was a sunny day and we were able to Sit outside on the Roof Terrace
The food was amazing, we started with Cauliflower soup and a mixture of delishious bread the Guinness bread was particularly good, I followed it with The Roast Beef and a giant Yorkshire Pudding with Hasselback Potatoes, vegetables and a gravely that was so tasty, my mum had the fish pie both were very tasty and well seasoned,
The waiting staff were charming and couldn't have done more to make us feel welcome
As the hotel is new, there were not many bookings, so we were the only patrons in the restaurant and therefore it was quite bleak. We had at least 4 different members of staff serving us, who all took their time in taking our orders. The menu and food were ok, but nothing to write home about.
Great views. Menu is standard for price and presentation of some dishes too fussy.
Vintry has a lot of good qualities but the ambience is too bright and the menu a bit too adventurous for my taste
Ambience and service were amazing. Improvement on the food is vital to attract customers. Majority of the food were too salty and have provided feedback to the waiter. Hope food is improved before the our next visit.
Vintry Kitchen is a pleasant change from most hotel restaurants in that it offers Asian (predominantly Japanese) style tapas plates, perfect for a quick bite as well as some larger dishes. If you like Asian/Japanese food and are happy to try something a little bit different, Vintry Kitchen is well worth trying.
Really lovely hotel. The design and decor is gorgeous and it is a welcome change from the usual stuffy city hotels
Food was great but service was very slow, especially given the restaurant has just opened so was not busy. Great ambience though.