Reviews by Noodles


6 reviews, joined 07 October 2005

Shochu Lounge Shochu Lounge (Bar)
10 October 2005

Fantastic bar. Great selection of different cocktails as well as your old faves. Door policy doesn't allow the bar to get too packed, which is a blessing. Bar food is really good and I had the best edamame I've ever had.

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J Sheekey J Sheekey (Fish Restaurant)
07 October 2005

I really like it here. I've eaten some of the best fish dishes I've ever had in this no frills, quaint restaurant. Bundles of history and rammed with energy. Sister restaurant to the Ivy but much better in my view.

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The Ivy The Ivy (Restaurant)
07 October 2005

My girlfriend loves it here but I can only muster up an ok vote. Service is very good and no matter if you are an A, B, C list celeb or just a regular Jo Schmo, the service seems to be the same, which is a good thing.

Ok so the sausage and mash or shepherds pie may be the best you've ever had, but at the end of the day, it's still only sausage and mash!

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Chapters Chapters (Restaurant)
07 October 2005

Great local restaurant service well presented tasty food executed by head chef Trevor Tobin. £23.50 for a three courses (supplements on some dishes) is outstanding value. Lots of choice, lots of taste, lots of fun. One drawback, service can be a bit hit and miss but they try and they are polite. Give it a go, you will like it.

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Chez Bruce Chez Bruce (Restaurant)
07 October 2005

This is a seriously good place to eat. You may have to book well in advance but definitely worth the wait. The sommeliers' recommendations were very good and reasonably price. Would I go back? ABSOLUTELY.

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Crazy Bear Crazy Bear (Bar)
07 October 2005

A great bar with a nice vibe. It is an oik and burberry baseball cap free zone where great cocktails can be had. Frequented by happy, easy going people with an even mix of gender, maybe even tilting to the females. Craziest gents I've ever been in.... the final scenes in the film Enter the Dragon sums them up. Go, you will enjoy.

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