We celebrated my wife's birthday with 24 members of our family. It was a very happy occasion, and the meal was first class with superb food and excellent service. We are looking forward to our next visit.
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You can't go wrong if you want the classic Downton Abbey dining experience here. Dine where great British statesman like Winston Churchill and Benjamin Disraeli ate. Where else could you say that! Huge carts filled with roast beef and lamb, Yorkshire Pudding, veggies, roast potatoes,...More
We called for breakfast and it was superb. I had the 10 deadly sins and it was delicious with everything being perfectly cooked and the Bubble and Squeak bonbon an absolute star of the dish. My wife had the egg white Omelette with Granola and...More
We came here last week for an anniversary meal and were very happy! We were seated at a different table due to the fact that the one allocated to us was right next to the piano but this was good for us as it meant...More
Once glorious, a name of the past that is synonymous with suits doing long city lunches and a club style for evening dining. Frankly I have been there twice (for work lunches) in the last 6 months and both times it is tired, average food...More
I came back for the prime rib and I must sat it was great. Large slices of tender, tasty meat and done rare just the way I like it. The Yorkshire pudding let it down a little being large, flabby and soggy. As the beef...More
made us feel like a king and queen, prices reasonable, old chess club with the original booths, went for lunch so more reasonable, carving station for prime rib, excellent, yourshire pudding and roasted duck fat potatoes to die for.
Other reviewers have criticised the décor of this wonderful establishment but it has a certain majesty and grandeur that more modern establishments cannot match. Having a high ceiling it is not as intimate as Rules but please don’t be put off by those reports as...More
This was a huge disappointment. Given the reputation, and having been to most of the other top rated restaurants in London, my wife and I were anxious to try the famous Simpsons in the Strand for Sunday brunch. Was the food good? Yes. Not excellent,...More
I was invited to breakfast with my work colleagues and was told that this was an institute and a wonderful place to go- shame it didn't live up to expectations. The building is lovely, service not so good in fact our waiter was rude and...More