76 Welbeck Street, Marylebone, London, W1G 0BA - View on a map
020 7224 4239.

MEATliquor Restaurant In Liverpool
Overall 8.6
Food 9.0
Service 7.5
Atmosphere 9.0
Value 9.0

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Yianni Papoutsis of Meatwagon and #meateasy fame has opened his eagerly awaited diner-come-dive-bar on Welbeck Street W1. The former Italian restaurant site has been given a suitably edgy makeover - think dim lighting, graffiti-style artwork and diner-style banquettes. Diners can expect a late license, no reservations, potent jam jar cocktails, and a menu of familiar favourites and some new surprises. Don't miss the infamous burgers, the messy and meaty Philly cheesesteaks, and the delicious chicken wings doused in their secret hot sauce.

- November 2011

what the critics say


Zoe Williams

Sunday, February 12, 2012 - If I'd known it would be an hour and a half, on a freezing Tuesday night in January, between joining it and sitting down...well, I still would have done it. But I did it so you don't have to...Then the burgers arrived. M and I had chilli cheese. C had a plain cheeseburger. They were monumentally succulent, the chilli actually worked in this context, the cheese was mild but not characterless, the bun was, well, perfectly bunnish. There probably isn't a better burger to be had in London for 6.50.

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Ate here yesterday again yesterday lunchtime. Wings were oh soooo greasy, chilli cheese fries were tepid (are they sitting on their laurels and letting food qulity standards slip?). Chicken burger however, was juicy and tender. Swiss cheese burger again very good. The service was appalling! Someone please tell the wait staff that being sullen, refusing to make eye contact and ignoring your customers does not make you cool, you are just totally unprofessional and amateurish. This place could be so much better if the staff could at least try and be friendly.
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Overall rating 3 stars
Food 5 | Service 0 | Atmosphere 3 | Value for money 5
Sunday, June 10, 2012

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Thursday, December 08, 2011 - Yes, vegetarians can eat here. The halloumi burger was succulent, delicious even. The onion rings looked like enormous stacks of doughnuts. The beer batter was the right combination of fluffy and crisp...By now the kitchen had caught up and Les got a burger. He wasn't that impressed, said it wasn't seasoned enough and not medium rare...I would return for the food, but restaurants like this are for those in their 20s to early 30s. You'd need a stun gun to get me back there.

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