About The Quality Chop House
The Quality Chop House is a Restaurant, Butchers & Food Shop.
Our menus are seasonally-focused and change daily based around the best produce delivered each morning.
We take both bookings and walk-ins.
In addition to our a la carte menu, on Tuesday evenings we offer a range of steaks, and on Sunday lunches we serve a splendid roast.
If you are interested in a table for more than 6, we have a Private Dining Room that seats up to 16 guests. A seasonal feasting menu is available. For more information please give us a call.
London, EC1R 3EA
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 12pm - 3pm/ 6pm - 11pm
Sunday: 12pm - 4pm
£26 to £40
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
020 7278 1452
7 mins walk from Farringdon station.
19, 38, 341 and 63 buses to the door (practically)
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Outdoor dining , Private Room, Wine
The Quality Chop House Ratings and Reviews
As retired people who have had the great blessing of enjoying very many great meals around the world we thought we would follow Marina O'Loughlin's advice and booked dinner here.
We had probably one of the best meals we have ever had.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff who were not pushy.
Fantastic food of the highest quality and not just good but innovative and unusual without being "clever".
Worth every penny.
We will be back
Another gem of a restaurant from the people behind Portland. The focus here is a little more carnivorous but the same commitment to fresh seasonal food remains.
The Barnsley chop was amazingly succulent and full of flavour and the partridge with all the trimmings blew my mind!
This is a fabulous restaurant. The food is prepared with skill and cooked with love. The menu is simple, and meaty whilst not ignoring fish. Ingredients are sourced with care, and with quality in mind. The fabric of the restaurant has a lengthy history and it's pleasing to find that history echoed in the menu choices. Service was personable, efficient and unobtrusive. Highlight for me was the Venison mince on sourdough toast with confit potatoes, though the pork belly starter was right up there. It's a little out of the way for me, however I'll be delighted when I find an excuse to come back.
First there is a fascinating wine list, one of remnants, the other of regular ly held bottles, all quite pricey. The food however is reasonably priced with splendid clean cooking and good flavours. Service is efficient without being at all pushy. Thoroughly delightful.
I don't normally write reviews, but two recent experiences have moved me to put finger to keyboard. First was a Triton shower head from Amazon that manages to deliver so much water from my fairly average water supply that if feels like someone's pouring a bucket of warm water over me. The second was a meal at the Quality Chop House. I'd heard great things, I've worked nearby for over ten years. I knew it was going to be good. But I wasn't prepared to be so astonished I was very nearly moved to tears. The restaurant itself is glorious, with the kind of interior money can't buy; only many many years of history. Tasteful and cozy, relaxed and relaxing. Next was the service; friendly and authentic without being chummy and affected. But most importantly, the grub. I won't go into what I had as everyone's tastes are different but what I would say is that their venison mince on dripping toast will live long in the mouth, and the heart. Good god, mary and jesus christ himself, is it tasty! More savoury than a shipping container full of Oxo. Fattier than KFC family bucket night at Eric Pickles house. Far tastier than I've just made it sound. Excellent value too, the set menu coming in at £20 for two courses. I would normally go for three but the food was so rich I couldn't have possibly managed a pud, and anyway you get coffee and petit fours included. Would recommend, already planning my next visit.
We thoroughly enjoyed our dinner at Quality Chop House: all courses were of exceptional quality. We loved the Devon crab and brill starters. The partridge and lamb chop were delicious, as were the apple terrine and fig leaf ice cream deserts. Service was genuinely friendly and knowledgeable. Don't forget to ask for the 'long' wine list (which is actually a quite unique short selection): it's full of gems. We hope to return when we're next in London!
Lovely food and old world atmosphere. Service was attentive without being overbearing. The meat was great - my friends tried the bath chap (pig's cheek roll), pork chop, and minced beef with dripping - all delicious. The fish was nice too, we had a lovely Cornish crab starter and I had the red mullet. Will definitely go back.
We went for our 190 year wedding anniversary and had a wonderful Sunday lunch. i had wanted to go for years and we were treated fabulously , such great service, and expert knowledge on all things food and wine. The reason there was no 5 stars was they didn't have any horseradish. I SURVIVED this blip and would recommend it as a really special place to have a great Sunday lunch. It was fantastic
I love this place. The quality of food is exceptional. Especially for the price. The service is usually always exceptional, although it was a bit lax on Wednesday night.A rare hiccup. Completely underrated place, where the food quality exceeds many more expensive places. Would always recommend this place. One of my favorites in London.
Superb service and excellent food, attention to detail of the service was wonderful from the sparkling and still water placed on the table as we sat down - halfway through the meal a waiter who hadn't actually been serving us refilled is correctly from the different bottles without asking which we wanted. Obviously they had all been told what each of us was eating and drinking so they could attend to us. Whilst this is a small detail it's the kind of simple thing that makes service seem effortless and relaxed.
The food was excellent though perhaps started could have been larger - two tiny pieces of delicious duck for £11 and the scallop snack/starter just a single scallop for £12.
The mains options do get wildly expensive - £35 minimum for steak, pork chips £26 and unfortunately the lamb chop was already sold out at 8pm, so my wife and I had beautiful mince in a sweat bread with confit potatoes (one of their signature things these potatoes, but I was slightly disappointed they weren't more beautifully smooth and buttery inside).
Extensive wine list and we had a corbiers.
Be nice if bread and butter were included rather than an extra.
Beautiful dining room and overall great experience.
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