When I transit through London, I always stop by the Caviar House for a first class quick lite meal. Go for their premium Salmon filet, the shrimp cocktail is good too.
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Still stressed whilst in the airport but reality kicked in with the amazing and GSOH of the customer service received from Dino. He relaxed me and my friend with his wit and really started our holiday with great sevice. The oysters are always so delicious...More
It's and interesting experience to have Balik salmon duo plate and carafe if cote de Provence in terminal 2 prior to a probably average flight to Athens ....and the cost for one will be over £45 . It was enjoyable in a way and certainly...More
This is not the place to go to on a budget but for us was a treat and the start of our holiday holiday. A good selection of seafood and caviar dishes available. You sit up at the bar and order your food. Service is...More
Shared their Seafood Platter with couple of friends thereby making the hefty price more suitable to our pockets. A tasty mix of shrimp, salmon, caviar et ctera and potato salad. Hard to miss their carbon fibre unique twirling light above the circular seating. Format is...More
While waiting for a flight in LHR Terminal 2 I decided to try the Caviar House after having spent some time in the Business lounge. Thoroughly enjoyed the wine and the oysters. Nice way to break the wait for what it is worth!
Whenever I fly from Terminal 4, I pay a vist to Caviar House & Prunier. Service is good, members of staff are polite and professional, there is a good selection of drinks and light dishes, good choice of champagne. In my opinion Caviar House &...More
In Heathrow T3 this counter is a usual stop for me. I love the 'Tsarina'; a blini with sour cream, a good portion of smoked salmon and a dollop of black caviar. The house rose champagne is very nice. Avoid the Chablis, it tastes like...More
Fresh and amazing is something you wouldn't think at an airport oyster bar but lo and behold, this place is. Tip: Try the English Rock Oysters from Essex with a glass of champagne.
We have an early breakfast here about 4 times a year when flying out of Terminal 4. After seeing the wonderful display of what is on offer, sit back at the counter and be prepared to be amazed, when a fabulous dish of your choice...More