Called in for Sunday brunch, without a reservation. We were on our way home following a weekend in Lodon - dressed very informally, wet from a rain shower and carrying luggage. Our immediate impression was that we were a bit out of place, as the restaurant looked very grand and the front of house team looked very formal, but the welcome was very warm and friendly.
The menu was quite eclectic - from eggs benedict to a full English roast dinner. The dessert menu was extensive which reflects its Viennise coffee-house atmosphere.
The service was extremely attentive without being fussy, and the prices, although initially appearing a little high, were reasonable for the quality of the food and the overall ambience.
This was an extremely enjoyable first visit. I cannot fault any aspect and look forward to returning soon.
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