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“Nil star restaurant”

190 Queen's Gate by Daniel Galmiche
Ranked #9,527 of 24,437 Restaurants in London
Price range: $27 - $400
Cuisines: European
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Dining options: Dinner, Late Night, Breakfast, Reservations
Neighborhood: South Kensington
Description: Classic cuisine with a contemporary twist, Michelin Star chef Daniel draws upon his unique experience and passion to share his love of food at 190 Queen's Gate at The Gore Hotel in Kensington. Daniel has created a unique menu showcasing his authentic French cuisine with a British twist and locally sourced ingredients. It's the perfect combination for The Gore. Fresh ingredients, rustic charm, classical; with a contemporary twist. 190 Queen's Gate is the ideal accompaniment to events at Royal Albert hall, the ultimate chic place to start or finish your evening. Pre or post theatre dining menus are available, and last orders are taken until 10.30Pm. Bookings are strongly suggested during key events at The Royal Albert Hall.
Reviewed July 3, 2013

We have never stayed in this hotel - maybe that would have been a better experience - but we had dinner there in June 2013 as a last-minute booking and were served with what must have been the worst meal we have had in about thirty years.The soup was completely inedible unless you are partial to unrelieved cornflour paste;the salmon we wanted was unavailable but we were kept waiting for half an hour to be informed of this and by the time its replacement arrived, cold and unappetising, we had lost the will to live and left. Cafe Rouge or Cote would have been infinitely superior.

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Thank Marie P
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

We went for a pre-concert meal with a bit of trepridation given some of the reviews, however we found the staff to be attentive, professional and efficient. The menu choice was good, even for a non-meateater, and delicious. It is a small restaurant area and did fill quickly, and yes there are wood floors so it was a little echoey, but we enjoyed the buzz, much nicer that eating in hushed silence. It seemed to us that it showed everyone was relaxed and enjoying their meals and the ambience. For a nice restaurant in Kensington we thought the prices were reasonable and fair for what we got. They do say that booking is advised and from the way it filled I suggest you take their advice and book your table in advance.

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Thank dizzyandblonde
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Reviewed June 30, 2013

Very pleasant place to drop into for a drink and something to eat. Its more upmarket than a pub with a pleasant and relaxing atmosphere.

Thank William Nigel M
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Reviewed June 16, 2013

Coming from Hong Kong, we were looking for a convenient eating house near our conference at the RAH
There were 10 of us for lunch. A prompt service good wine and excellent food left us with such a good taste that we returned to the bar that evening - and met Liam Gallagher from Oasis
But for us the crowning glory here was the staff and especially a wonderful Brazilian waiter called Julian. His attention to us was beyond duty, well done

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1  Thank Johnsnelgrove
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Reviewed June 16, 2013

Booked this as a pre theatre dinner for my wife and mother-in-law before the
Ballet. The trip was a present, so we wanted a nice meal before the performance.
Unfortunately the whole meal was a disaster. Rude, inattentive staff complemented very poor quality food.
Would recommend you go somewhere else if going to the Albert Hall.

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1  Thank kpp9999
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