Attractions

The Shard

32 London Bridge St

32 London Bridge St

The Shard

The Shard, also referred to as the Shard of Glass, Shard London Bridge and formerly London Bridge Tower, is a 95-storey skyscraper, designed by the Italian architect Renzo Piano, in Southwark, London, that forms part of the Shard Quarter development.

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  • Average price $25.00
  • Maximum number of guests 200
  • Activity type Indoor

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Sidney November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
I don't like big crowds, so I go…
I had training nearby and I was recommended by the instructor. This place is in a suite so you need to look for the suite number on the door. The location isn't really visible; it blends in with the nearby suites.

I was hungry and I saw hot pastrami since it was so cold today. I got the Shorty combo and got the side of potato salad. I had the choice of Chips, Grapes, Potato or Macaroni Salad. It also came with a drink and I got some fresh brewed black ice tea.

The sandwich was pretty big. It was warm and toasty but the bread seems to be too soft. The picture of the Hot pastrami did not look like anything what I got. I was a bit disappointing. It seems like regular deli pastrami. The mustard was not spread out evenly; one end had too much mustard. The sandwich came with spears of pickles and the pickles were a bid tad too salty for me as well. The potato salad was alright too, it tasted a bit bland for me but not bad. I think they make it.

Overall, the Hot Pastrami was mediocre. I might try something else next time. I also didn't know they had wheat bread; I would totally get that instead of white. The sandwich variety is great selection. They also have salads for the vegetarian. They also have a wide variety of juice and soft drinks that are not from the tap. They also do catering and the staff was friendly.

***you can phone in your order and they have a stamp card for frequent sandwiches**


It's A-OK to me, but don't take my word for it.

**parking**
I think they have a small lot for you park

**cash or credit**
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Anabelle November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
The office staff....good days and bad days... Phone…
I love Sonoran Studios and refuse to use another AV company in town! Neil Schneider and his team are incredible and go above and beyond for each event. My events look polished, elegant, expensive (but not!), and the flow is amazing. Neil can also design videos and slides for you! His videos are wonderful for emotional appeals and make me cry each time! The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society can't wait to use Sonoran Studios for all of our upcoming events!
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Mariam November 6, 2020 at 4:10 pm
I have always enjoyed Happy Hours with friends…
Hands down, besides having awesome Bahn Mi sandwiches, they also make a mean tasting baguette. As a matter of fact, a few days ago when I was there to pick up our favorite bbq'd pork Bahn Mi, I felt obligated to buy a baguette that was piping hot out of the oven. So, because I live 30 minutes away, I started to pick at the baguette top while driving. It was hot and the bread was just perfect on it's own. Well, 15 minutes into driving, I realized I ate half the baguette. Feeling guilty, I put it away so I couldn't reach it while driving. Lesson learned, hot Lee's baguettes and driving do not go hand in hand.

In any case, Lee's sandwiches is consistent and makes a great, cheap meal. The people watching isn't half bad either if you eat within. Their boba drinks are sometimes not thick enough and the eggrolls sometimes seem overcooked (maybe because they sit under the heat lamp)..but all in all, Lee's is one of my favorite go-to spots when I'm feeling the Bahn Mi craving..
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