This was the third visit to Rowleys (although first I have commented on) A good Central London restaurant with great food.
The interior is very much `Olde England` with tiled floors and lots of dark wood and polished bevelled mirrors evocative of an age gone by. Jermyn Street is very much on the tourist trail being roughly between Picadilly and The Mall.
The menu is suitably varied but they have made a speciality out of Chateau Briand. Comes with unlimited chips (fries). Service is good, unobtrusive but not particulary detailed. Although on the evening we went there was a small table who were rather drunk and behaved oafishly, and the staff did their best to control them and came to apologise for any affect on us, which I thought was good considering they really couldn't do much about it.
As for price, its not cheap but for the location and quality it is pretty average for a good central London venue. Obviously depends on what and how much you have, but around £50 per head. I would think its a place to book rather than just arrive.
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