London Dining 001

Name: Black and Blue Restaurant

Where: Waterloo, London

Cost: ££


I would describe Black and Blue as your typically American Steakhouse, with a number of steak options and the typical other options you would expect such as burgers, ribs and chicken.

This was my first time at Black and Blue and I didn’t know what to expect. I typically find that where there are wings on the menu at a fine dining establishment they never meet my expectations and usually leave me feeling disappointment and disheartened at the fact that I even got my hopes up in the first place.

As I scanned the menu I reluctantly ordered the wings, with minimal expectations – but I was blown away. It’s safe to say that this is the first restaurant to enter my top 5 wings category (and this is a big deal for me!)


Despite my excessive ode to wings this is a really nice spot and I would recommend checking it out. It is in a prime central location and not too pricey. The vibe inside is perfect, with music being played by a DJ on the ground floor – it is enough to give you a good vibe, but not too loud that it ruins your conversations. The interior also helps add that element of class and they also have beautiful flower arrangements.


The restaurant is situated underneath a train track so there are noise interruptions as the trains go by which sounds like prolonged thunder. However Waterloo is not the only branch – there are also branches in Mortimer Street, Borough, Notting Hill Gate and Wigmore Street.


I went to eat there with 5 other people and all plates were clean by the end of the evening. That says it all!


Prinny Rae x 


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