The Drift Bar
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- The Drift BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 22, 2014
It is at the bottom of Heron Tower and definitely doesn't have the glam of the two restaurants at the top of the tower - Sushi Samba and Duck and Waffle. It wasn't easy to find either, because it is to the side of the building. It belongs to the same chain that operates Folly, the Anthologist etc. It has the same look and feel to it - high ceilings, benches and floral design. I went there for Sunday brunch and it was completely empty at 11am. Their breakfast menu is decent with the usual suspect of egg on toast, full English breakfast, egg Benedict etc. Wanting something different, I chose steak and egg. The portion was quite generous with two pieces of flank steak. However, the steak was thinly cut, so the meat was over cooked. The services were quite slow. Judging from the brunch experience, I don't think dinner will be much better.Recommended for:
- The Drift BarMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 3First to ReviewJul 17, 2014
Was first introduced to The Drift Bar during a Canadian themed networking event. They far surpassed my expectations with their food and drink. For a Canadian girl living abroad, I'll take a little slice of home where I can get it. This is one of those places, serving, both Canadian Whiskey and Caesars it's hard to pass up a night out here.