Had a chicken and mushroom pie with mash, it was good, tasty, but a bit overpriced for what it is!!!
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This Café enjoys a splendid view of the River Thames, looking towards the Victoria Embankment on the northern bank. It is used by visitors to the Royal Festival Hall as well as casual by-passers of the Southbank. Usual café fare.
Good lunch menu but unfortunately the food when it arrived was not piping hot, and one of our orders, a fish finger sandwich came without the bread. It was speedily rectified. The steaks were good quality, but spolit by being barely warm.
This restaurant has been around for ages. First visit recently with friends as we had been to an event at the BFI. It was Saturday evening and it was not busy The menu was not inspiring. It read like a pub menu from 20 years...More
My friend and I used to come here for coffee and dinner several times a year when visiting South bank. This week we were charged 60p extra on our bill for a small amount of cold milk. Not a latte or a cappucino just a...More
Asparagus starter - woody, undercooked, oversalted - in a heavyhanded hollandaise. Chicken and mushroom pie as main - nice filling, but strangely tough pastry - greens (undercooked, oversalted - a theme emerging here), OK chips. OK cheese plate. A glass of quite dull Malbec. Service...More
Food here is well priced for the quality & the slightly set back location makes it a great spot on the Southbank for a catch up. Service was excellent - our waiter Simone was friendly, attentive & helpful. A lovely place!
Four of us had lunch at this restaurant on Easter Sunday. It was very nice there - peaceful and unhurried with families like ours choosing it as a good central meeting place close to main line train communications . We sat at a table by...More