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“Totally satisfied”
Review of The Boot Room Restaurant - CLOSED

The Boot Room Restaurant
Price range: US$14 - US$55
Cuisines: Contemporary, British
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Good for: Romantic, Business meetings, Groups, Bar Scene, Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: After-hours, Lunch, Reservations
Description: Occupying a former Leicester shoe factory, The Boot Room restaurant in Leicester, serves simple, yet special food made with fresh, quality & seasonal ingredients. The Boot Room restaurant has quickly become one of Leicester’s premier restaurants, supported by the comfortable and relaxed atmosphere with just a hint of the buildings industrial past. We have a simple and effective philosophy to “Buy quality ingredients, treat them well, and let your customer enjoy the experience.” The Boot Room is owned by Stephen and Tracey Fitzpatrick who also run The Joiners, a successful restaurant in Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire.
Reviewed 18 February 2018 via mobile

Went as a family night out and all 6 enjoyed every bite. Great fish dishes. Service was attentive but not intrusive. Portions were just right and what you'd expect in a restaurant like this. Good wine list with the usual mark up but not grossly overpriced either.

Thank mikvmak
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Reviewed 15 February 2018 via mobile

Came here for Valentines and had a great experience. The restaurant offered a three course meal for two with a glass of fizz for £70 and you were given a choice for each course. The food was all delicious, personal favourites included the tempura halloumi, dauphinois potatoes and the orange crème brûlée. All in all a fantastic location for a romantic meal!

Thank Robert B
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Reviewed 31 January 2018 via mobile

Arrived during time frame for pre theatre menu but was only given the ala carte menu. Had to ask for pre theatre menu. Bread rolls under baked. Starter's not as written on menu, pulled pork too spicy to eat, looked like bowl of stew with little meat or veg. Bruchetta was mainly red onion which was not mentioned on menu. Main course very random? Blade of beef in gravy served with salad. Salad swimming in gravy. Fish greasy. Pudding small and badly presented. Overall very disappointing, used to love this place but won't be returning.

Thank Emily G
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Reviewed 21 January 2018

The restaurant wasn't very busy when we arrived on a Saturday, I couldn't understand why as we all had excellent meals. All four of us were really impressed, two having mackerel starters and one had arancini, all very good. For mains two had lamb shanks, one beef medallions and I had the sea bass. All very good, my sea bass was excellent dusted with Cajun spices on a bed of spinach and fondant potatoes, mmmmm!!! The restaurant started to fill, but still available tables. I would recommend anyone to try this restaurant. TripAdvisor won't let me rate service food and value for some reason, but I give 5 stars for all three.

Thank jellybaby_11
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Reviewed 14 December 2017 via mobile

Attended in a party of 30 people at lunchtime for a work Christmas meal, nice looking place with modern decor, staff all lovely and friendly but that's unfortunately we're the positives end! Food was a huge disappointment for the price we paid! Portion sizes were ridiculously small, all starters very basic nothing special at all, Pâté on par with cheap supermarket brand! Main course turkey and beef both very tender and tasty but again a very small portion! The accompanying veg was more like a garnish (2 rock hard tiny Brussel sprouts, 3 slices of carrot and 2 small roast potatoes-really?!) We kind of expected additional bowls of veg to be brought out but alas no!! The deserts were the best part of the meal but 3 mouthfuls and they were gone!! Left feeling underwhelmed and hungry! I don't think I'd rush to return!

Thank Campervan67
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