View of the St Paul's Cathedral from BarbecoaK Duffy The dome rises above the viewer, a mighty yet fragile, spiritual testament to Sir Christopher Wren's architectural genius, giving the restaurant space a feeling of calm and timelessness. Why Not Have Your Own View of St Paul's Cathedral?Order from AllPostersPosterPoster Barbecoa's Food, Presentation and ServiceThe service staff at Barbecoa are friendly, extremely helpful and at the same time non-intrusive. The atmosphere they create is unhurried, discreet yet observant, replacing plates and serviettes when necessary, attending to every need - even taking group photos. Nothing is too much trouble.
Inside 'Barbacoa' RestaurantK Duffy Inside 'Barbecoa' RestaurantK Duffy The food is beautifully presented - a huge platter of sea-food starter arrived in a subtle riot of colour and texture, looking like a Dutch still life painting.A dish of crispy, golden pork scratchings bore no earthly resemblance to its inferior pub throwback.Meat dishes are aromatic, smoky and succulent due to the 'primitive' cooking methods. Steak, often a deciding factor when judging a restaurant's capabilities, was divinely cooked and presented - it was like eating buttery velvet.
Sea Food Platter at 'Barbecoa' - Half eaten!K Duffy Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa Restaurant - For Tourists and Londoners Where to find 'Barbecoa' Jamie Oliver's Barbecoa restaurant is elegant and spacious, but far from intimidating. On the contrary, the cheerful staff ensures that customers feel at home.The views are beautiful and the food is epic. This restaurant is in the perfect situation to give the visitor an authentic feeling of what it means to be in London.For those of us who already live here, it confirms everything we hold dear about London. Some More Information about BarbecoaThe restaurant is situated in a small, classy shopping centre and if you take the lift up to the very top floor you get an even more incredible close-up of St Paul's Cathedral!