Lowlander (London) Reviews
Description:Lowlander, 36 Drury Lane, Covent Garden, London. WC2
Newest Review: ... beer and food. There are over 15 tap beers, you can order by the pint, half pint or two pint glass, food ranges from moules et frites to more extravagant fare, as a committed Belgian beer drinker, I love Moules and Frites with it and for £5.99 for a small portion they are good value, although £11.99 for a dinner sized portion is too much considering Belgos is only round the corner, the only ... more
Customer Lowlander (London) Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Based in the heart of theatreland I always struggle to find this Belgian bar. It is based on Drury Lane close to a plethora of theatres but it is so easy to lose your bearings in the range of streets in this area. So the Lowlander, set over two floors, this is essentially a Belgian pub, serving a great variety of Belgian beer and food. There are over 15 tap beers, you can order by the pint, half pint or two pint glass, food ranges from moules et frites to more extravagant fare, as a committed Belgian beer drinker, I love Moules and Frites with it and for £5.99 for a small portion they are good value, although £11.99 for a dinner sized portion is too much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/02, updated on 21/01/02 (Useful, 421 readings)
"I'm really sorry that your starter arrived so late sir. It's just that with all the other orders chef forgot". So ran one of the more orginal excuses for bad service I've heard. And the service in Lowlander is as bad as the excuses. First things first. Lowlander is on Drury Lane, near Cats. It is a brasserie, and appears to be the Dutch answer to Belgo's. The main selling point is the fifteen beers on tap - some of them more unusual Dutch and Belgian lagers - and it's actually not a bad place to go with a group of friends for a night out. The restaurant is one smallish room with high ceilings, low lighting and ... Read the complete review
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