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Not only do they never respect the pre booking, most of the table are being barely cleaned and when they do try to do so it s with dirty cloath, I ve seen dishes go from one table to the other,etc.
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Had another amazing night at the Albion
Suckling pig for about 20 of us
Love this place and they always look after us so well
Don’t understand all the negative comments as I have been loads of times and always love it
After making several mistakes with the order, a 40 minute wait for drinks, starters arrived after main courses and average food at best...the waiter over charged us by more than £50. The manager then came to attend the issue and was just rude and aggressive...More
30th birthday celebrations only come around once, so you expect at the very least a good level of service. We were utterly shocked at how unprepared The Albion were for the bank holiday rush and how rudely the majority of the staff were. Firstly our...More
We were a big group of 30 people with 3 little children.
The meat was delicious (but if you want the Chicken roast, the best option is to order the whole chicken to share between 2 people, which is a lot more generous).
This may well be the best gastro-pub in London. My first visit has left a VERY favourable impression. Lucky to obtain a table (cancellation) even though it was a Tuesday evening, the old, beamed interior with plain wooden floors and small rooms of tables behind...More
When I first went to The Albion, it was a wonderful anachronism from the early 18th century. On maps from c1700 onwards, you see it first as a country pub standing on its own in a road out of London, then through the 19th century...More