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Food was cooked special due to my allergies
Staff were lovely - listened to our needs and met them with a smile
Watched them Talk to others too - lovely to see staff stop and smile and answer properly even tho they were...More
In the area on
business, needed a meal and my hotel suggested here. Not disappointed, had a glass of red, chicken goujons starter, sausage and mash main @ £28. Good size portions, served quickly. It’s not 5* but then not 5* prices.
Would have no...More
I’m a great supporter of traditional pubs and hate the trend towards them becoming sanitised gourmet foodie places with all the character ripped out. So you’d think I’d be in seventh heaven in the Gallery. I’ve been in a few times as I live at...More
We found The Gallery whilst staying in a nearby hotel, we originally went for a late night drink and decided to come back the next night for dinner "Bangers and Mash." The meal was substantial and it was enjoyed.
Wow, what a fantastic find. Just up from Torquay for a weekend break and needed a decent breakfast to set us up for another day of sightseeing.
We found the Gallery, came in as they opened to a warm welcome (all 7 of us) and...More
Every week group of us have called in for a drink after our choir practise.we are a few women in our 40's through to 60's, we have one or two glasses of wine. Last week one of our number was taken ill. She was ill...More
You just can't help feeling at home at once in The Gallery - the place simply oozes with atmosphere! Plus, it's got great food, traditionally British and international, too. Perfect for a romantic night out for a couple!
A friendly, traditional, local pub with lots of period character, serving good, uncomplicated grub in generous quantities. Really good, extra-mile service. A bit of a staple for us when in the area. A nice range of beers too.
Went in on a Tuesday night. Lively crowd at the bar who looked like there were enjoying themselves. Good selection of beers and spirits (not seen Pernod in years !) on sale and the sausage platter was a joy to behold. Staff very friendly and...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.