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68 Royal Hospital Rd, Chelsea, London SW3 4HP, UK – 020 7352 4441
Absolutely amazing French food adventure. The service was second to none. The waiter,waitress and manager explained the ingredients of every dishes and helped us to have the best experience. They were so friendly, professional and patient to customer. The atmosphere is awesome. The interior decoration is elegant. The price is reasonable. It took us three hours to complete the adventure. Totally worth every penny we paid. Highly recommend.服務非常好，建議點一個classic一個seasonal的菜單然後share，他們會解釋每一個菜的食材和吃法，很有趣。時間很長，很有價值的美食之旅。
BEST dining experience EVER! Awesome food & friendly service! Excellent variety, moderately priced. Fresh home cooked food. Warm and inviting! Thank YOU!
70 Charlotte St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 4QQ, UK
If you don't give this place 5 stars, you are mad! Kitchen Table is such a fantastic culinary experience and the absolute best food you will ever eat, paired ever so perfectly with the most lovely wines. If you are a super picky eater, perhaps it's not for you, but if you're happy to try anything and everything (allergies, of course, catered for), this place is amazing! Even things I am not normally keen on, I loved here. And, what a fantastic insight to the happenings of a Michelin starred kitchen. Expensive? Maybe. But an experience you will certainly never forget.
Excellent, for sure. Good value? Not even vaguely. Shockingly expensive, actually. Inventive? Somewhat - one truly memorable course. Curiosity satisfied, but wouldn't recommend for the money, or go back.
Flemings Mayfair, 7-12 Half Moon St, Mayfair, London W1J 7BH, UK – 020 7016 5601
I love this place. Have been here a number of times for lunch, evening meal and, in the hotel, it's self afternoon tea. Very nice food and wine at reasonable prices for the standard of food and the setting. Modern European food of a very high quality. Great friendly knowledgeable staff. Limited number of tables gives quite an intimate feel. Nice relaxed but quality bar next to restaurant for drinks. Setting is formal but not stuffy. One of my favourite places to eat in London.
Excellent services plus great tasting foods. Beautiful presentations. Great value to have lunches here.
4 New Bridge St, London EC4V 6AA, UK – 020 7583 4673
One of the nicest Indian meals I've ever had. Reasonable prices too. Visited one year on: still one of the best Indian meals I've ever had. Can't recommend highly enough. Visited again, two years on. Continued excellence in food, along with friendly, polite and professional staff.
The best korma chicken I ever ate. The waiters are very kind and helpful, the service is fast. The place is nice and they have decent prices. Definitely recommended !
Entrance via, Halkin Arcade, Lowndes St, Belgravia, London SW1X 8JT, UK – 020 7823 1166
We came here for my mum’s Birthday. We’re vegetarians so we decided to go for the veggie taster menu. The taster menu was good and we were left full by the end. We decided to get dessert too (not included in the taster menu). The desserts were amazing! The veggie food wasn’t to the same standard as the desserts. I presume meat and sea food work better on the grill, veggie not so much. I think it’s a little overpriced.
I found this by myself and the first was delicious. Great service and you can actually see the chef cook if you want. But it is not cheap. But worth every penny.
The Old Westminster Library, Great Smith St, Westminster, London SW1P 3BU, UK – 020 7222 2555
The food here is absolutely delicious, beautifully presented and has vibrant flavours you wouldn't experience anywhere else. I found it hard to imagine Indian fine dining but this is a really creative cuisine well worth the money! Be aware this place is very expensive, certainly to be saved for a treat, and also in a bit of an odd location... The service is excellent, extremely attentive, though not very personal. There's also not much atmosphere here, as there is no music at all, not even background music, and the acoustics mean you can hear pretty much all conversations going on around you. The decor interior is stunning though, with striking bookcases, mirrors and furnishings. It's clear this is an upscale establishment, from the decor, the service, the food and the price. It's pretty spot on, but a little room for improvement from our visit, though well worth a visit!
We had such a lovely time here. We absolutely love Indian cuisine, so we had been looking forward to it since we made the reservation. In an obviously gorgeous area and location, the interior did not disappoint - it was exactly as I had hoped: elegant, tasteful, understated, and the character and charm of an old library. The ambiance was peaceful, the service was calm, and a soft tranquility settled upon you as you entered the room, as though you had been transported to another time. Since we had booked quite far ahead in advance we were unsure how they might prioritize our table location that day, but we were delighted to find that our table was an open corner booth, flanking us with books on either side and providing what I think may be the best view in the space. I was so happy that the book-lined walls were immediately behind our table (rather than a fair distance from the table), so that the deep dusty colours of the spines of the books were the backdrop of our conversation, and all the titles were easily visible from our seats. The service we received was faultless, with an array of different servers attending to us with great detail, care, and warmth, paying close attention to the rhythm of our meal as it progressed so as to never leave us waiting, and yet never hovering or being too present. Each dish we ordered was utterly delicious, with flavours so engaging and complex they somehow made our appetites insatiable despite being quite full by the end. There was live music briefly, which again was tastefully arranged in positioning in the room as well as volume, genre, and duration. As we retrieved our checked items before leaving, we received friendly service right to the end, making for a flawless flow to our entire experience. I would love to return soon to further explore the tantalizing menu, and we highly recommend this place for any meal. But my other enduring curiosity is that I was genuinely wondering if there is any system to the selection of the books in which they bring your bill? It piqued my interest, and I would love to know.
40, Dean St, Soho, London W1D 4PX, UK – 020 7734 1853
You want a good night? Try eating here. Fantastic food. Fabulous waiters. Great drinks. All reasonably priced. Birthday tiramisu and limoncello to boot! Couldn’t recommend it more highly. P.S. have the sea bass 👌
Nice dinner very close to lots of theatres. Dinner was good and price resonable.
15 Great Newport St, London WC2H 7JE, UK – 020 7836 6308
Pasta is way better than their pizza. Pizza was overcooked and burnt not only on the crust, but almost everywhere below. Probably the chef didn't clean the oven enough. It doesn't matter if you are sitting downstairs or upstairs, the place during Saturdays is too crowded and noisy. Too many tables and you are basically sitting very close to other customers, and you have to scream to talk with your friends sitting 2 chairs from you. I understand they want make money off it, but squeezing people, doesn't make them want to stay, enjoy your meal chatting and having a dessert or a coffee or an amaro after...I came back from my first time because of a friend that wanted to try it. Though the quality of the ingredients is excellent, I would prefer spending bit more money for a quieter place and having the chance to talk with my friends.
Probably one of the best real Italians restaurants in London. Good pizza (napoletana) made from a real wood oven. Pasta is of really good quality as the choice of the starters.
62 Seymour St, Marylebone, London W1H 5BN, UK – 020 3826 7940
Had drinks and a small meal solo while working. Lovely place. Clean, wonderful staff, very attentive, no rush on time and lovely lovely food. Have passed by many times, so glad I came in! Will definitely be back for the rest of the menu!
Beautiful surroundings and great menu choice. You will be spoilt for choice. Food always delicious and great balance of flavours. Staff always willing to help and make the experience as enjoyable as possible. Corner seats are by far the best seats to pick (if they have space) and only opt for an outside spot in the sunshine if you don't mind the traffic noise.
58 Victoria St, Westminster, London SW1E 6AJ, UK – 020 7828 9772
In general this is one of the better All-Bar-Ones. At quite times it can be pleasant for a drink. But it suffers from the chains major design flaw - the design is too full of hard surfaces, making acoustics inside a nightmare as the place gets noisier - no chance of conversation. Plus - it is just a chain...
The best bartenders ...very professional... The top of manager..never I seen before... Thank you to TINA...real professional.... And special thank you...to the manager .....ANDREA.....all people from Italy,,,, will know...about this place....congratulation....to ....all. Staff working there... Today I'm a little bit disappointed... About the staff... The professional manager...the over the top Italian barista..I think the name Luca...but the barista/waitress....Violet the name ..I think so...she is unprofessional....rude..never happy... In this business...and I have around 40 years experience.... All the time must be happy.... Anyways this is the best place I can recommended to all friends of mine...for drinks food and relax
South, 3-4 Archer St, Soho, London W1D 7AP, UK – 020 7734 3342
Atmosphere is ELECTRIC! If you’re looking for an awesome night out, come here for the music, live singing and great cocktails. The rotation of talented singers are full of swagger and energizes the audience with top 40s hits. One moment they’re tickling your ears, the next they’re clearing your empty glasses amongst the crowd. This inception trick does a really good job of reminding us that talent isn’t reserved for a West End stage. Keep up the awesomeness!
What an amazing place to celebrate pride.... special shout out to the Queen of Soho and Claire who was amazing....!if you haven’t signed up for next year, do it now! These guys know exactly how to party and to look after all of their guests.... what a bloody day! Thank you Archers Street team!!! X
5-6 Picton Pl, Marylebone, London W1U 1BL, UK – 020 7487 0161
I asked if they did 2 for 1 cocktails and my reply was ‘ this isn’t be at one’ a simple yes or no would of been better. People that want to reply with attitude shouldn’t work with the general public. Aside from that, always a quick friendly service and food is nice.
Cheap drink specials and decent place but really the bartender doesn't know what he's doing and takes weird shortcuts
90 Berwick St, Soho, London W1F 0QB, UK – 020 3327 7888
Probably one of my favourite Asian fusion places in London. Downstairs is fun for a drink, but upstairs is where the magic happens. The sit down restaurant features great layout, decor and service... and some amazing food. It’s all in sharing friendly portions and there is not one bad dish on the menu. My recommendation: try the wasabi prawns.
A Chinese restaurant meets a British pub. Delicious Chinese dim sum on the menu but with a bar with a selection of craft beers on tap. It's an interesting combination but one that actually works. Quite a big venue, spread over two floors and has TVs to show the big football games. Very polite service too. In essence a really good place to hang out with mates with delicious food or drinks.
40 New Oxford St, Bloomsbury, London WC1A 1EP, UK – 020 7631 4538
This place services some proper Chinese dishes at a rather reasonable price. But I understand some western people may find the food too Chinese or the service not friendly enough.
We loved authentic Chinese food without British adaptation. Nice personal. We are planning to go there again.
China Town, 23 Wardour St, London W1D 6PW, UK – 020 7287 9995
I still tell every soul that I know to avoid Four Seasons and go to Gold Mine. I only visited because it's convenient. But to be honest their duck is not much difference with the rest of the Chinese joints at Chinatown. If I had to queue for this place for more than 10 minutes I probably would not even go. The duck skin is not wee bit crispy, just basically fat and succulent. But really nothing special at all. Staffs are known to be the most unfriendly ones - well you can't expect anything much from a high turnover rate place where staffs are just so busy till they can't breathe. You are expected to leave when you are done because there’s always a queue. Staffs will slam the bill on your table once you are done without you asking. Look at a diff perspective it’s called efficient. Sadly that's how it works.
The foods were tasty and the service was OK. I guess most people come here for the duck and my cousin who was working at London told me he had to had a duck once an week here. The duck actually tasted good. However it is too exaggerated for you to claim you have the best roasted duck in the world and it is a little bit overpriced comparing to the same or even better quality duck anywhere in New York City. I believe people from Beijing or Nanjing, China will also totally agree with me. Overall this is one of the best Chinese restaurant in London and absolutely recommend.
1st Floor, 14 Neal's Yard, London, Covent Garden WC2H 9DP, UK – 020 7419 2014
It's quite cosy place with friendly nice staff. This is perfect venue to share some good food with intimate friends. I ordered the awesome samurai burger and finish with tart of chocolate ( pure natural chocolate taste!). Fulfilling food with the healthy goodies from vegan food.
Nice place with very relaxed vibe and delicious vegan food with many raw options, which is quite rare, so a big plus for that. However they always seem understaffed and the service you get is very uneven, hence 4 stars instead of 5. On one occasion we had to wait for over 45 minutes for the second main, even though the first one came out just after 20, so one person had to watch the other one eat. It can be very hard to get the attention of their staff too, so you just never know how it will go. But well worth coming back for the food.
9-10 Soho St, Soho, London W1D 3DL, UK – 020 7437 3662
An absolute awesome dining experience. Every dish we tried from the buffet was AMAZING! The atmosphere is comfortable, clean, tastefully decorated... You definitely get a taste of the peace that comes with the Hare Krishna life. Love that the Temple is right there on premises and available for tours. Oh, make sure to try the Ginger Lemonade... Yum!
A friendly and welcoming atmosphere, and the food is amazing! Nothing closer to authentic home cooked Indian food. The perfect place to try your first curry! 😊
17-18 Took’s Court, London EC4A 1LB, UK – 020 7242 2622
Very interesting vegetarian food. The service was great and attentive, very willing to advise you. Good choice of wine reasonable prices. Good value in general. The balance of taste was great but their mastery is in the texture and temperature differences. Quite inventive and most definitely filling ( I am a meat eater). I would strongly recommend the cold soup (starter), great dish.
Wonderful restaurant. I had such a fantastic meal here. My non veggie friend was delighted with the food too. We had a tasting menu, which was filling. But I was still able to move after! All five dishes were delicious and beautifully presented. Our waitress was friendly and attentive. The restaurant had a nice atmosphere and was very clean and well presented. Definitely will be returning here.
7 Oxendon St, London SW1Y 4EE, UK – 020 7839 7261
Good to watch sports although during the World Cup they will charge for entry after 7pm. Food is good although they forgot our order and gave us less wings than they should have.
Visited bar and had some meals. Staff was friendly and food was very good. Meal is slightly more expensive but burgers are amazing for 12 pounds, I recommend ultimate burger for meat lovers. Place was not that busy on saturday night so we found a space for a meal. Was good, 4 stars just because of the toilet upstairs, where just 2 of them are there, one was broken and one with door on the floor. Maybe there are also other toilets
11 Macclesfield St, London W1D 5BW, UK – 020 7437 2494
Awesome Dutch bar with loads of excellent Belgian beers. Some on the expensive side but not many places serve these. Has a selection of Dutch/Belgian food as well in addition to the usual English pub fare. Good atmosphere any time of the day. Cool inside on a hot summer day or has 3 tables outside in the sun.
Fantastic place - we went there for the Belgium Vs Tunisia World Cup match and loved the ambience created. We received free (great quality) Belgium t-shirts that we have kept and now wear for every Belgium Match and the beers there are bloody amazing! Staff are very friendly and accommodating - overall great experience.
93 Marylebone High St, Marylebone, London W1U 4RE, UK – 020 7935 4373
This is a fantastic place to come if you want high quality cocktails and a good atmosphere. When I went in after about 24 hours of travel (on a weekday night) for a few drinks the staff was happy to talk to me and recommend a drink based on what I was looking for that night. And now for the bad: fairly expensive at no less than 9 quid for a cocktail from their menu. This is not a place to get drunk on the cheap but rather for a drink or two with friends unless you're okay spending 40 to 50 quid drinking. I do have to say that on the night I went here I sat down with a friendly Londoner who unbeknownst to me paid for my drinks as a "welcome to our country" sort of deal (thanks Malcolm!).
Some great cocktails with a theatrical twist. For the quality of drinks the prices are not bad.