Came back to here after rude staff at Tilly's (where we were told earlier by a member of staff that we wouldn't need to book a table upstairs for a Tuesday night but when we returned just gone 7pm the only tables available were downstairs which weren't as nice. Our explanation for not booking was met with a shrug).
I digress. To The Garrick's Head where we were met with a friendly waitress and we got a table by the fire on a very chilly evening. My husband had scallops and black pudding starter followed by venison and I had duck wood and wood pigeon terrine followed by pheasant which were all absolutely delicious. After about an hour we were the only ones in the restaurant (its proximity to the theatre tends to get a pre-theatre crowd and we were early evening) but that suited us just fine. 2 courses with a bottle of red wine and 2 glasses of Prosecco came to £80 odd with service charge included which was quite reasonable (being used to London prices). I would recommend this restaurant.
Wouldn't hesitate to go back or recommend this restaurant. The pub on the other side had a lovely open fire too and was quite busy.
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