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Thoroughly enjoyed an evening meal here. The Aberdeen Angus 28 day dry-aged 8oz Ribeye Steak (£23.50) and the Pan-fried Calves Liver (£18.95) were both tender and full of flavour. Service was helpful without being overbearing. Very pleased to recommend this restaurant for dinner.
Homely. Comforting. Welcoming. Delicious. Just a few words I would use to describe Lambs. The menu is smaller on a Sunday I am led to believe so I need to visit another day to truly appreciate the variety of food on offer.
The staff were...More
Despite wondering in when they appeared to be nigh on fully booked we were seated and given the menu.
There was plenty of choice of dishes on offer, and a food selection of wines.
We started with the pil pil prawns which were tasty but...More
Nice location, a rabbit Warren of a building , meal with 4 work colleagues, plenty of choice on the menu, even a set menu , reasonably priced , ordered lamb shank , arrived swiftly , a lot of tourists and busy , no draft beer...More
We had a really good meal here before a performance at the RSC. The food was good value and modern. Great cod dish with samphire. Scotch egg starter under seasoned but a minor quibble. Good drinks options and prompt service too. Extremely centrally located. Casual...More
This is a very pleasant, well run restaurant based over two floors. We ate on a Sunday non theatre night and it was still well supported and busy. They offered a set and a la carte menu, all inviting as well as good variations of...More