Lovely little Trattoria in Soho. We had a voucher and having been here before I knew we were in for a treat! Food and service were fantastic. I was on antibiotics and unable to drink and they kindly exchanged the glass of Prosecco that came with the voucher for a soft drink. Highly recommend! My partner said he’d like to go back and eat from the a la carte menu which is always a good sign.
Italian reataurante, which is part of a chain. there is no separate vegan menu, but vegan options are well marked and there are a few in each cursor. we had a few pasta dishes, garlic bread and salad. no vegetable milk for coffee. it has done the job, but nothing about which you write especially at home.
the oak is not a fuss, no pizza restaurant with a cool bar in the first floor in one of my favorite London district notting hill the pizzas are quite fantastic. have an old wood stove that scrubs out great pizzas. I love the place served as a whole for its restaurant without fuss, the good food. the Burrata star is very good. pizzen is special. but the tiramisu is the best I had to enjoy.
Great from start to finish. Looks quite a small restaurant upstairs but it’s huge downstairs. Extensive menu and our server was happy to tweak e.g. switch salad for fries. Good children’s menu. Very busy but kitchen and waiters worked so hard rushing around to ensure a great service. Despite it being a chain the food was delicious. We booked prior to the theatre and will do again.
super tasty Malaysian food for everyone. If you love tangie, spicy, sweet, sour food from Malaysian good food, you never miss this restaurant. They have a good choice of Veg/Non-Veg elements in the menu including suppening, nudge, rice preparations. the ambiente is fundamental when you look at the small place in this opposite around the middle of chinatown and soho. they get real homemade family cooked eating here with good service from the chef and team.
harrild and sons is the newest bar/pub of the people behind the fountain and bucket in bethnal green and, like the pub in bethnal green, below it has one of the cocktail bars. that is actually where we spent our evening, that was pretty rammed up, but no one seemed to have discovered the hidden oasis below. above carries a strong family similar to the fountain and eimer with its slightly macabre, Victorian Gothic decoration. we got a bottle of wine out of the bar before we go where we could have a place to eat. from no real reason we have decided that it was a lobster, so I had the lobster roll and alison had the surf and rasen after the waitress was very open and told us that the lobster on his own was not so big. alison decided to be klobige chips, I had thin pommes. the lighting down here is what they could call “good lighting” if they are beneficial. if not, they would just say it's dark. but then they go for the whole slandering feeling. it's just a scandal