Stringfellows of Covent Garden, London is truly world-famous. It’s a pioneering gentlemen's club and bar featuring a continuous cabaret and also home to a very good restaurant. Ordinarily, as Stringfellows London, which was established in 1980 by the late Peter Stringfellow, is fit for only the most special of occasions, guests are charged an admission fee. When you’re dining at the Stringfellows restaurant, however, no such fee applies, and from the menu you can expect everything from 28-day dry-aged Aberdeen Angus steaks to fresh fish daily. A meal at Stringfellows is a great way to begin a special night out in London and, as you can imagine, reservations at this Covent Garden legend are absolutely essential. As the team behind the club and restaurant say, ‘business and pleasure mix here’, so you’ll definitely want to be able to say that you’ve dined at Stringfellows!
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