Bistro One Ninety Queen's Gate

189 - 190 Queens Gate
London SW7 5EX
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About Bistro One Ninety Queen's Gate

Conveniently located within striking distance of London’s Knightsbridge and Hyde Park, The Gore Hotel’s Bistro One Ninety Queen’s Gate restaurant is a relaxed slice of London glamour. With its buzzy atmosphere, vintage décor and fabulously fresh food Bistro One Ninety attracts everyone from the fashion maven to the foodie with its well-deserved reputation for high quality modern European cuisine. Combining characterful French bistro chic with very British eccentricity, the interior is packed with personality – an eclectic collection of artworks in mismatched frames dominate part-panelled walls while glittering chandeliers are reflected in ornate gilt mirrors. Turn your attention to the menu and you’ll find exquisitely fresh British ingredients used in traditional dishes like seared calves liver with back bacon rashers, baby onions, sautéed potatoes and Pommery jus. Bistro One Ninety Queen’s Gate’s international wine list offers many by the glass and pichet.

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Once again we received a very warm welcome. Restaurant had a nice buzz to the atmosphere without being too loud. The food was excellent and well presented and both wine and food were served carefully with all needs catered for without being in our faces. Will certainly be back

nice place and very convenient for the albert hall! staff were good at dealing with the rush of diners, all from an event at the hall, and turned our meals round quickly. set meal good quality, portions are small so you can easily go to 3 courses. a bit pricey when you added the wine in but similar to eating in the 'Elgar room' & I suspect quality may be better.

Great venue for pre-theatre dinner (only 1 min walk from Royal Albert Hall).2 courses (scallops/fish cakes then 2 rib eye steaks),2 glasses champagne, half carafe wine + tip came to £150,which is what you'd expect for Sth Ken.The fixed menu was about £21 per person for 2 courses & it looked very nice, but we both fancied something off the main menu. The hotel itself is lovely & the staff very pleasant.The place had a nice buzz to it & we would definitely return when next at Royal Albert Hall.

Bistro One Ninety Queensgate is within a short walking distance to the Royal Albert Hall, hence ideal place to dine before the show. Very good pre-theatre menu from 1730 hours, and the food was delicious and well presented. Very efficient service, but one did not feel rushed.

As always, Bistro One Ninety delivered the goods on good food, wine & service for a pre Royal Ambert Hall show

Pretty good food and service. Wines a little expensive.

Nice place to go before the Albert Hall. Food wasn't spectacular but decent value and had to move tables as kept getting jostled by passing waiters on the first table but apart from that it was enjoyable.

Went to Bistro One Ninety for a quick dinner before seeing Cirque du Soleil at Royal Albert Hall. We only had time for the 2 course menu, though we would have liked to try the desert. Great food and great value.

Had an early dinner at Bistro One Ninety. It was quiet but perhaps due to time of day. Very attentive staff and a lovely room to eat in. Food was a little expensive for what it was and nothing different.

Bistro 190, London, is part of The Gore Hotel and very close to The Royal Albert Hall. Pre-theatre menu is good value although choices are slightly limited. The sea bream and duck were well done although portions not always generous. Wine list is limited. Service is excellent and obliging. There aren't many choices for dining around there so this is well worth a try.

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We had been recommended to their pre-concert meal by discerning friends but the four of us were disappointed. The service was polite but inefficient and the food was disappointing. We waited for a long time for our main course. Noone asked if the food was okay or if we wanted more water etc. We had to ask for things by trying to catch the eye of a waiter. It may have been just a busy 'off' night' but we war not impressed.

Bistro one ninety Queens Gate was very lively and convenient for the Albert Hall. Service was first Class, but the menu, whilst good value was limited.

Nice ambience. Good food and service.

Bistro One Ninety, London, was very good. The service was friendly and mostly prompt, and the food was well presented and tasty. The only negatives were: we told the waiter that one of the guests was allergic to onions but his main course arrived with a pile of spring onions on top, and our puddings were cold and without the promised clotted cream. However, the faults were dealt with quickly and with good grace. The wine was tasty too, but a shade expensive.

Pre theatre dinner at Bistro One Ninety Queen's Gate, London, SW7 5EX was excellent. The service was quick, the food tasty and well presented. There was a fairly limited choice of menu but the beetroot salad and pate were both pleasant starters. The fish and pork were also delicious, the green beans (which were £3.50 extra) were al dente.

Bistro at 190 Queen's Gate was really pleasant. Quick pre-concert meal so the staff were prompt and attentive. Wine list is good and though menu was limited we all enjoyed our choices. Could have eaten twice the amount that was served up but on the whole we left with a smile on our faces.

Perfect location for dinner before attending a performance at The Royal Albert Hall, very pleasant bar too which is worth arriving early for.

The food was excellent value for money , the service was poor, it took a long time to get drinks. Coffee and teas were very slow in coming. the coffee was expensive for less than half a cup.

Eight of us went to Bistro One Ninety Queens Gate for dinner before seeing Aida at the Albert Hall. It was perfect - such a lovey atmosphere, setting and very quick and friendly service. The food was excellent and such good value for the set menu. We could not have been happier with the whole meal and service! Thank you!

Bistro One Ninety is just the job if you are going to the Royal Albert Hall Food & service hits the mark, it's welcoming & buzzy & a couple of mins walk from thehall We particularly like the large range of well priced wines by the glass & 375ml caraffe