Sadly went there expecting great food etc., but service was slow, food was cold and pretty tasteless. The main course (steak) was tough and we ended up leaving some. Nobody asked why, the waiting staff looked embarrassed. My wife ordered a dessert and I ordered a whisky, which never came.
Don't go here, you will be disappointed. It's hard to understand how Gordon Ramsay
included it in his 'Best
English Restaurants' review. There are so many great places to eat in London, and this isn't one of them.
by nataliyarobinson, 15 Oct 2010
Nothing wrong with the food, it's just very average. However, it's a cramped location that lacks any real atmosphere. A group of us left feeling a lot poorer having paid £65 a head and feeling we had a meal and experience worth half that. I'm afraid to say we all concluded that there was nothing wrong with the place, but at the same time it just didn't add up to anything any of us would return to in the future.
To sum up: average food and uninspiring atmosphere at a high price.
by ogeddes, 27 May 2007
Very authentic Italian cuisine. The restaurant is small and feels a little cramped. But the cuisine and a good wine list make up for it. When we visited, we had the likes of fresh sauted mushrooms to start, fish ravioli (truly excellent), and 'coniglio alla ligure' (rabbit). Maybe needs to work a little bit on the desserts.
by Wilson5 (3 reviews
), 16 Dec 2006
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