A Leon twist on an old classic. Smoked Mackerel Kedgeree, fresh coriander & lemon served on a poached free range egg pot.
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Eat at Leon's last night, food was good, albeit x'y and not very "wow"... it was very much well done home cooked food. Service was very imposing, and kinda got in teh way, wine was VERY expensive... Atmosphere was loud... and i think they need...More
Went to find Leons after reading reviews on TA - asked at InterContinental reception desk and Leons is now closed. They recommended Gennaro's which is a 10 minute walk away. Gennaro's is not a Pizza and pasta restaurant, more a fine dining italian. I really...More
When we made orders we were told that there wasn't a menu and everyone became a set meal including appetizer, pasta and main course. The waiter only mentioned that we could either have meat or fish as main course, but no further information about the...More
The subterranean location of this nice little spot may be a bit claustrophobic for some. We had a large business group; which seemed to overwhelm the otherwise friendly and courteous waitstaff. Food was excellent.
The black pasta with shrimp and chilis had a great flavor. The prices were very reasonable for a hotel based restaurant. I would definately eat here again.
We went to Leon's after our hotel concierge recommended it. We went on a quiet night at about 6pm so it was nearly completely empty, we were served quickly, efficiently and the service was fancier than expected. The food was fantastic and better than half...More
The food, the ambience and, of course, Mine Jolly Host made this a great place to eat. So good on the first night we went back for more the next day. Try the home made tomato soup, the Saltimbocca a la Romagna and ANY of...More
Waiting for the table at the bar we saw the bar tender using dirty beer glasses to serve new customers ording beers because they run out of clean one. We ordered mozzarella and they come with fish appetitizer asking if it was the same because...More
nothing special, better than average italian restaurant. The upside: it is located in the intercontinental hotel city wing, so You have a cheap alternative to the expensive IC restaurant (signatures). You can get Your pasta&pizza for less than 10 Euros per person. i had a...More