Came across this little restaurant purely by chance and was pleasantly surprised Staff very welcoming and the food was lovely and not over priced, would defo go back there again!
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A tasty lamb roast and chicken roast. Both came with all the trimmings and lashings of gravy. A cosy restaurant.
Sorry but the place needs stripping out and refurbishing. The meals were very poor quality for the money and they only had five cans of beer to supply our social crowd. To their credit, the young stafff did their best but overhaul, Nil Piour.
Our morris team is always so well looked after by Vincent and his staff at the Atrium restaurant when we dance at Rochester Sweeps Festival. The food is excellent and very reasonably priced. Everyone is so friendly and nothing too much trouble - I definitely...More
We have eaten here before and the food was good then. This time we visited on the Saturday before Christmas for lunch - and my starter was far from good. I had the whitebait and calamari and this was so over cooked they should never...More
After trawling Rochester High Street for somewhere to have lunch we 'plumped' for The Atrium. So pleased we did. Yes it is small and quaint and the furnishings could do with a revamp but the welcome and food were excellent. We were seated upstairs as...More
What a lovely little Gem on Rochester high street. The decor of the restaurant is so inviting and the staff make you feel so welcome. We visited twice last week (very extravagant) and we were not disappointed one bit!! The first visit I had he...More
Very disappointing. Needs complete redecorating. It is a cosy small place very old which is the character however it needs a revamp. All the carpets through out are dirty, the dining chairs have old covers on them and were uncomfortable. The tableware was odd and...More
Booked a table for lunch with two friends. I picked up some beautiful white roses from Slinders and, as arranged by phone, dropped them off before the others arrived. As arranged the owner (well, he looked like he might be the owner - charming gentleman)...More