Popped in for a late lunch at about 3.30. Friendly and efficient service with great tasting food. Children's burger was the same size as an adults so great value. Super spot to watch the world go by.
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Stopped for a coffee and pastry Sunday morning. Great location on the Southbank of the Thames. Ordered a soya latte which took 15 minutes to arrive and was cold when it got to the table. The waiter also said it was made with normal milk...More
My wife and I booked a table for 5pm and on arrival followed the waitress to a corner table on the ground floor (only 4 other guests). We waited patiently and a waitress appeared and greeted the already served diners on the table in front...More
My wife, sister and I popped in here after a walk along the southbank and fancied a quick snack on a Sunday afternoon. This is the first time I have ever been here, and despite what some of the other reviews were like on this...More
Nice setting overlooking the water and service was friendly and quite quick but the food was really poor quality. Burger and fish and chips were not good at all. Not too pricey was the only saving grace.
This used to be one of my go to restaurants when friends came to visit, nice food, great staff, perfect location, but the past few visits the food has been very poor, cold, bland and tasteless, gave them the benefit of the doubt as have...More
The location (next to Thames on the Southbank) means that this restaurant tends to busy, so choice your time carefully. It was the service that stood out for us. Our server was polite, funny, informative and helpful. The food was good, but not great: my...More
Aranged to meet up with friends for dinner at this place. We settled down and started looking at the menu. The manager came over and said that they were having some issues in the kitchen and they might not be able to serve food. We...More