Baltic Restaurant & Bar in London
Baltic Restaurant & Bar
74 Blackfriars Road,
Description of Baltic Restaurant & Bar
Established south of the River Thames in June 2001, Baltic Restaurant and Bar is Jan Woroniecki's second restaurant and has become the premier dining destination in the area, just 5 minutes from Waterloo Station and within walking distance of the Tate Modern and South Bank. Covering a varied range of tastes from the Baltic to the Adriatic, Baltic Restaurant and Bar specialises in seasonal Eastern European cuisine such as Biog (Polish Hunter's Stew) in the winter and Cholodnik (Chilled Beetroot, Radish and Yoghurt Soup) in the summer. Redesigned by architect Seth Stein and retaining its original character, Baltic is situated within a late 18th century coachbuilder's building. Step by step, he modest entrance into the Amber Bar expands out into a grand single storey structure with 40-foot wooden trussed ceilings, skylights and galleries, making Baltic a truly unique and exceptional dining experience.
How to reserve a table at Baltic Restaurant & Bar
We advise you avoid disappointment by booking your table in advance. We offer a completely free table reservation service for you. Click below to find availability and book your table...
Monday: 17:30 - 23:15
Tuesday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 17:30 - 23:15
Sunday: 12:00 - 16:30 & 17:30 - 22:00.
Baltic Restaurant & Bar Location
Local points of interest:
The following music venues, bars, clubs and hotels are near to Baltic Restaurant & Bar:
- Southwark (Tube station) 37 yards away
- Baltic (Bar/Pub) 93 yards away
- IT TRAINING ROOM 93 yards away
- Electronic Theatre 102 yards away
- Platform Southwark 127 yards away
Find out more about the local clubs, bars, restaurants and points of interest: Baltic Restaurant & Bar map