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What is the best way to explain how excellent a restaurant is? I find the best criterion is the rolls!
- A (possibly stale) white roll already on the plate is a poor restaurant
- A roll served from a bread basket is an average...More
Superb range of fine dining food on the menu. Stayed one night in the hotel and enjoyed the restaurant's ambience, food and service. Very much in keeping with Langley Castle overall. Easy to see why it enjoys the return visitors that it does.
This is arguably the best hotel restaurant that i have eaten in . Each course was delicious even though i wasn't exactly sure what i was going to get . I had Gnocchi to start which was tasty & very light . I followed this...More
We dined at Josephine the two nights that we stayed at the castle. Reception was excellent. Our orders were taken, and we had drinks, in the medieval-themed drawing room. We were then taken to a sumptuous dining room that included intimate nook tables. Dinner began...More
Dined in the Josephine restaurant as part of our stay at Langley Castle. Pre dinner drinks were served in the splendor of the 1st floor drawing room prior to descending to the restaurant. We were seated in a quaint alcove with superb ground views. Complimentary...More
The meal was good though unfortunately our main course fish was sadly overcooked which we did point out to our waiter. We were situated in the glass restaurant adjoining the main room which did not have the same character unfortunately.
Beautiful surroundings and very professional service. The staff are very informative and friendly. The breakfast is exceptional with choices of both continental and full English. You can itemise your breakfast to suit your taste. You can request an alternative evening menu to the alacarte, which...More