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Review: Koha Restaurant - Bar


London WC2, England, United Kingdom

Excellent and attentive service; tasty food; great location.

  • By SilverTraveller yorkshirecat

    76 reviews

    Ribbon Ribbon Ribbon

  • May 2013
  • British
  • Casual
  • London Leicester Square/Shaftesbury Avenue

33 people found this review helpful

We were seeking an early evening meal to round off a lovely day of visiting exhibitions, and, after a warm welcome from front of house staff, chose Cafe Koha Bar. Just a few steps away from Leicester Square Tube Station and beside the stage door of the Noel Cowards theatre we were able to enjoy the pre-theatre 2 course specials at £13.95 each, sitting outside in the peaceful square warmed by overhead heaters. The sardine starters had run out and were replaced by delicious, juicy, grilled king prawns. The main course offered a choice of sea bass with rice and spinach or freshly made vegetarian ravioli with cherry tomatoes. For drinks we selected a reasonably priced chilean sauvignon blanc and nicely iced tap water serve at no cost and with a smile. This was a pleasantly light meal served by personable and attentive staff and, as we did not have to rush off to the theatre, we succumbed to delicious puds – creamy cheesecake and chocolate fondants with ice cream. A very enjoyable end to a great day out before stepping round the corner to catch the tube.


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  • Adventurer
    almost 7 years ago
    Great restaurant. Love fish and seafood. I always ordered fish when I go and eat a restaurant whereas my husband always ordered meat