Matthew Norman's review of Eight Over Eight (The Telegraph)
Eight over Eight reviews
Excellent, delicious food, very tasty and nice flavours. Good puddings, service good, but bar gets a bit crowded. Ten out of ten overall.
by cystalhaze (20 reviews
), 06 Oct 2007
I have finally found a restaurant in Chelsea that ticks all the boxes - staff that are sincere and care about what they do, plus drinks and food that hit the mark every time. It really is the gem on the Kings Road. You must give it a whirl.
by charliechalk, 06 Jul 2007
Really good restaurant this, just on the Kings Road. Fantastic food, great environment and really nice staff too. They know what they are talking about, what the food and drink is all about. Everything was perfect apart from one thing - I didn't want to leave!
by Jim B, 03 Jul 2007
I have been to this restaurant (Fusion East meets Ouset in the middle of King's Road Brasserie) several times. I like the atmosphere and the concept. The separation between the bar and the dining area is subtle and overall the decor is very pleasing. The food is agreeable, though not great.
I would recommend it, at least once.
by rea (19 reviews
), 21 Oct 2006
The bar provides a great atmosphere as does the restaurant which puts you in the mood for expensive wine and food. However, the food was utterly disappointing for the price. Who ever called it an Asian restaurant? Obviously, the chef has not had Asian food in his life. It attempts to be like Hakkasan
but the quality of the food just isn't up to it. They should stick to their cocktails which are delicious and forget the restaurant altogether. Definitely a place to be seen.
by Anonymous, 05 Aug 2004
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