If you fancy something a little more intimate than the cafe and bar, take yourself off to the first floor
Smiths Of Smithfield truly offers folks everything. The recently renovated beautiful Grade II listed building is set over four floors, each providing a different vibe.
The entrance and ground floor are arranged as a laid back dining and drinking area. The menu in Smiths Cafe And Bar is ideal for that catch up with friends over a healthy salad or that impromptu after work glass of wine paired with a sharing board and beer fans are spoilt for choice with a wide range of London craft ales.
If you fancy something a little more intimate, then take yourself to the first floor. The stunning Death+Victory cocktail bar there serves up tasty drinks alongside measures of historical fact concerning the Smithfield area itself – I will definitely be returning to work my way through the inspiring cocktails.
It would not be right if SOS didn’t offer a grill, given its location, adjacent to the capital’s main meat market. Found on the second floor it showcases a wide selection of cuts for carnivores.
For those who prefer the finer things in life and are looking for a sophisticated and elegant evening, the natural choice is the third floor where the venue’s restaurant and terrace are to be found.
Everybody loves an outdoor space and this one does not disappoint, offering views of St Pauls and The Shard. The sun came out to say hello and it was delightful to sip on a glass of Perrier-Jouet and view some iconic landmarks from a different angle. Go again? I will be seeing you soon at Smiths.
Smiths Of Smithfield has attractions on every floor Laura Bolt sporadically takes in the delights of the capital on The Wharf’s behalf