We ate here as a pre theatre meal, we had two of the set meal (circa £26 for two courses and I think about £29 for three) and one ordered off the al la carte.
The food was passable, crab beignets were nice but the accompanying apple chutney was a tiny blob. The veal pasta was ok but we were not offered black pepper and as such it was a little tasteless. The al la carte main of swordfish was nice but be warned that it doesn't really come with much so you may need to order the £3.50 sides to make it more of a meal.
Considering the food was ok I would have given this place a better review were it not for the rudeness of the staff. In somewhere that clearly fancies itself as being high end the service was awful. I have a real issue with staff who clear plates by taking the cutlery off and piling them all up. We were never asked if everything was ok, not offered black pepper with our pasta and generally felt like we were an inconvenience. It then makes a mockery when they add a 12% discretionary ( has anyone ever asked for it to be taken off?) charge. Wine was around the £30 mark so we were quickly facing a bill of over £100.
All in all if you want somewhere convenient for the Albert hall and aren't too fussed about being treated well then go here!