Balfour at St Barts is a celebrated, contemporary pub with high ceilings and chandeliers hosting various events. It is also highly regarded as a wedding venue for its glamorous decor and large event space. With a love of wine, and all that comes with enjoying wine: good food, good friends, and good conversation, the team at St Barts take pride in their own wines from the Balfour Winery, and welcome you to sample those wines through either a seasonal wine-tasting flights or with help from the team. Also stocking a cracking selection of local beers and spirits, too.
Where is Balfour at St Barts located?
Balfour St Barts is super easy to find, overlooking the iconic Smithfield Market in London. Not too far from Liverpool Street, St Paul's Cathedral or the City.
What cuisine is on offer at Balfour at St Barts?
With a passion for providing food and drink with fantastic service, it is just as important is the use of local suppliers - the kitchen team aim to source all produce from a 30-mile radius of the property and the Head Chef champions finding and developing relationships with local farms, butchers and bakers so that the individual and personal flair that goes into the wine-making is reflected across the food on offer too.
A seasonal, ever-changing menu with contemporary twists on pub classics, currently you can have classics such as pie and mash with liquor, fish and chips, or a (large) double cheeseburger. Other offers include homemade flatbreads, skewers and a selection of fine English meats and cheeses.
What is the signature dish at Balfour at St Barts?
The sharing platters with a variety of fine cheeses to be paired with a superb wine selection, or a sumptuous flat-iron steak, flash-grilled & served pink, bone marrow butter or Béarnaise sauce served, of course, with fries.
What makes a meal at Balfour at St Barts unique?
The location, atmosphere and staff. Not to forget that the kitchen team aim to source all produce from a 30-mile radius.
Please ensure you check with the team before arrival, or book a table to avoid disappointment as there are often weddings and full-venue hires.