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We must have had the best table on the first floor. A round table for the five of us in the corner window - ready when we arrived on time for our booking.
The restaurant was lovely and busy as it was a late Sunday...More
We didn't stay here - only ate here.
The restaurant is busy and obviously very popular, as well as noisy when it is busy. We went there for dinner on the recommendations of some friends. Without a booking, the manager did squeeze us in.
Went on a Sunday so took advantage of the roast dinners. Had the chicken, which was enough for 3 to share and have leftovers. Delicious roast chicken with all the trimmings, including popovers. Apple pie for dessert was amazing.
My daughter and son in law had their wedding celebration party upstairs. It was actually extremely convenient as the church was within walking distance. I have to say that the service and organisation of the party was excellent . The champagne was flowing and the...More
Great stay in the Pimlico room 😄Plenty of space for the 2 of us, the bed was very comfortable and the little touches like the fresh coffee and toiletries were amazing! The staff were very helpful in letting us both check in early and also...More
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