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My first time at A.O.K kitchen
I had a cobb salad with the most tender chicken ever, the dressing was perfect. My daughter had a delicious pasta with mushrooms. The service was very friendly and nice atmosphere.
Definitely I will go back!
Came here for date night. Really nice ambience and service.
Best food I have eaten out in a very very long time.. Padron peppers to start, then had salmon and chicken for mains, chargrilled broccolini, and chocolate praline dessert.
My girlfriend said it was the...More
Good food but really poorly organised. We booked online as we were encouraged by the continued eat out to help out campaign during September and we wanted to support local business having one of our own in the area too. We enjoyed a lovely meal...More
And of special mention was the service which we thought was great.
Good food, but we thought the wine list was a bit weird being loaded towards the expensive end. And ultimately as we left, we thought it was nice, but just not worth the...More
We went for lunch, and honestly the whole experience is worth it! A complimentary Prosecco upon arrival was waiting for us from Stefano the bar tender and the Maître d' Emiliano spent the time to go through the menu with us, and recommend dishes according...More
I came yesterday with my 2 girlFriends to have a nice dinner.
I don’t know where to start; first things first, our waitress Dominica was delightful, so professional and very nice to us. We never had our glass of wine empty, she was very caring....More
We visited to celebrate my girlfriends birthday and to the credit of the staff; everyone was so attentive and accommodating to our allergy requirements. Domenica though deserves a special mention, she was so lovely and helpful with menu choices. She truly cares about the customer...More
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