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Do not go to this restaurant. Waited 45 minutes for drinks to arrive for a birthday. 1 waiter managing around 7 tables and his third day. Bad personal hygiene issues to say the least. After chasing drinks 4 times and asking to see managers -...More
A special celebration spoiled. This is a quirky, fun place to have a family celebration. However, despite starter courses being pretty good, one of us hit a problem with the main course: a raw centre to the chicken supreme. Our waiter did not know how...More
I really don’t recommend this place to anyone. Don’t waste your money or evening. Inside is cool but the staff are the rudest I’ve ever experienced. Asked to see the manager and he was even worse!!! How is he a manager- he was outrageously rude...More
Absolutely beautiful place with real fires burning in decadent grand fireplaces. Really makes you feel like you have stepped back in time. Brett’s was very warm & welcoming to us. Excellent organic wines included on wine list. Food was also lovely. Sea bass was cooked...More
I have been to this place this morning, I am still feeling sick!
The French toast was super fried, you couldn’t even see or taste the toast, thin pieces of bread and you could only taste the oil.
I left it half way.
Came for brunch (16th Sept 2018). Whilst the venue is stunning the service and food was terrible and over priced! I paid £5 for the smallest glass of orange juice, and £10 for the pancakes which were burnt (see photo). I had to go in...More
Well I have been to this place some years before and I was amazed by the decor and also we had a great diner. The last time we went there for my boyfriends birthday even if we made a reservation for a specific table we...More
First off, this place serves excellent food, delicious drinks, and has a lovely atmosphere and quick service. What really stood out to me, however, is how their management goes above and beyond for their guests. I lost a wallet here with a significant sum of...More
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Response from Michael N | Reviewed this property |
The only parking I could see was in nearby side streets. I dont know if there are any restictions. But I would say that parking directly outside may not be posible being as the resturant is at the end of a terrace of houses