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Restaurants and Bars at the Holiday Inn London - Bloomsbury
The Holiday Inn Bloomsbury offers fine food and drink for all our guests from the sophisticated surroundings of the Junction Bar & Restaurant to the Irish ambiance of Callaghan’s Bar. Whether you want a delicious full meal or just a quiet drink and a snack, we have something on the menu for you.
At the sleek Bloomsbury Junction restaurant you will find the traditional Holiday Inn buffet breakfast, offering the hungry guest a full selection of hot and cold dishes, plus fresh fruit and beverages. The lunch and dinner menu at the Junction restaurant in Bloomsbury’s Holiday Inn features delicious favourites from around the world, such as sizzling fajitas, traditional British fayre like steak and ale pies and a range of lighter meal options.
Callaghans Irish pub in Bloomsbury, London, serves up traditional pub dishes along with a perfect pint of Guinness in our beer garden. The pub also offers a full range of other refreshing drinks. Enjoy the ambiance of a London Irish pub right in the heart of the city, play pool and watch all major sporting events on large screen.
This comfortable, modern lounge bar located in the Bloomsbury Holiday Inn hotel offers a variety of international wines and beers to choose from as well as an all-day menu of gourmet sandwiches and hot meals. It’s the perfect location for a quick get-together before heading off into London town, or for an informal business meeting.
We proudly serve Starbucks in our hotel lounge bar and offer a delicious selection of the finest coffee, tea, hot chocolate and iced drinks. Enjoy your Starbucks the way you want it in the comfort of our spacious lounge or if you're on the run, grab your coffee to go. We also offer a selection of biscuits and confectionery for an extra treat.
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