Rhubarb Restaurant & Bar
A fabulous selection of drinks is available from old classics to new discoveries. We serve the most delectable all day food you can find airside with speed and efficiency.
The new "rhubarb" British restaurant & bar opened at Heathrow’s Terminal Three in July 2011. The look is fresh, contemporary and very stylish. Please note you can only book if you are travelling through the terminal.
GREAT AIRPORT RESTAURANT AT HEATHROW, WORTH A VISIT
I checked out this restaurant enroute to NYC and decided to treat myself with a full English breakfast. The service and food was friendly and fast plus the breakfast was cooked to perfection. The sausages were meaty and the eggs still runny. I will definitely go back on my next visit to T3.
Disappointing. Fish and Chips awful. Mushy peas were dry. Lamb burger was fine though the yam chips were soggy. We will not return.
We visited the terminal 3 branch at Heathrow. To say that the restaurant is catering for people catching flights they certainly aren't quick with service! The staff there were doing a good job but there just weren't enough of them to provide what I would consider good service. Two examples were that we had to wait until after our meal arrived before drinks came. Also I had to ask three times for ketchup for my kids before it finally came.
The food itself was fine and the price was a expected for an airport restaurant .
I had booked a meal to fill in time before a 10.30pm flight to Australia. On arrival at 8pm there was nobody at the door to seat me for a good 4 minutes. The restaurant was quite empty and they'd shown someone else to their table but didn't come back.
The food was very good and arrived promptly. On asking for the bill however I had to wait for about 10 minutes while one of the waiters talked non stop to a lady on another table. He had the card reader and it seemed to be the only one available. Eventually another waiter got it from him and brought it over to me. He did say the other chap likes to talk!
I wasn't in any hurry but considering the restaurant was not busy I did wonder how they coped at busy times.
Great place for a quality brunch prior to flying off. Beautiful breakfast!
We were sat in the doorway despite there being plenty of space further inside. I think it was because we had our 8 month old baby with us. She was very well behaved and the waitress was very attentive to her so I can only assume that it's a policy not to let babies in, something I was not made aware of despite clearly stating on my booking email that she would be with us. Unfortunately my burger was burnt but again the waitress was very nice, she apologised and got me a fresh one. The dessert options were limited, I think it's more of an afternoon tea place, those options looked lovely. Probably wouldn't rush back.
The restaurant we visited was situated in Gatwick airport and was well equipped and had great service and great food. Everyone was friendly and we enjoyed our meal! My wife is gluten free and the servers were understanding and handled it well!
rhubarb provided some fantastic cocktails to start. Service was impeccable and the food was exactly what was needed before a 7hr flight. Not too heavy, perfectly cooked and reasonably priced. Would highly recommend.
I particularly liked their prawn dumpling. Salmon was good too.
Tried this restaurant enroute to NYC with my partner. Enjoyed their Day boat fish and chips and my boyfriend had their burger. Surprisingly really tasty and well presented. The staff were attentive and friendly despite the restaurant being quite busy. The best thing is that they served us quickly so we could carry on with our shopping pre flight. I wasn't a big fan of the airport announcements going off throughout my dinner but I guess that can't be helped in a terminal.