London Gentlemen's clubs are not generally renowned for their food and I think that the food at the Reform is pretty good, and certainly better than other clubs I have dined at. But, if are lucky enough to get in you go to the Reform club for the experience not for the cuisine. It is a stunning example of Victorian decor. The wine, which is from the Reform Club's private French vinyard was very good, but honestly its about the history and majesty of this very special part of the English establishment. Hope to go again. By the way, if you do go, phones off, and don't forget the strict dress code.
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