The Ifield reviews
Things have definitely changed for the better at The Ifield. Solid, competant, seasonal, British food. Where else in London would you find woodcock and snipe on the menu? The kitchen performed really well on our visit. Roll on the Ifield! (Incidentally, word has it that their sister restaurant, The Sands End in Fulham, is shortlisted for an award this year.)
by Carter Smythe, 12 Jan 2008
I'd been here once before and vowed not to come back but was unwillingly dragged back by a friend. It's really turned around, all new inside. The food was great, the atmosphere really friendly and fresh. The staff were excellent too - a smiley Australian girl looked after us all night. I think I've found my new local.
by anon.09, 09 Jan 2008
I used to love this place but it has seriously gone down hill. The food is really terrible - not one person out of the 8 of us who went for dinner enjoyed their meal.
by Anonymous, 19 Apr 2006
Friendly, relaxed, good atmosphere.
by Anonymous, 05 Jan 2006
This place is the business. Can't think of a better local.
by Anonymous, 17 Oct 2005
Really friendly staff, good atmosphere and food to match.
by sophs, 28 Jul 2005
Unhappy staff, bad atmosphere.
by Anonymous, 23 May 2005
Good neighborhood place - never too busy.
by Anonymous, 12 Oct 2004
Smart, female friendly pub with a restaurant section that is popular with young, local Chelsea-ites. The duck salad was pretty good, but the lunchtime choice of roasts at the weekend are probably why everyone comes.
by capital girl (54 reviews
), 08 Mar 2004
Have we missed a great gastro pub in London?
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