Venue Details & Map
Gessler At Daquise
20 Thurloe StreetSouth KensingtonLondonSW7 2LT
- +44 (0)20 7589 6117
- Public transport:
- South Kensington, Underground
coming here for years. food is simple polish done very well and plated at your table. excellent choices include herrings in cream sauce, salmon with pancakes, pierogi various fillings, calves liver, polish eggs and veal main. full choice of polish vodka and beers. honey vodkas go do very easy.
service very attentive and not intrusive. highly recommended reasonable prices for high quality.more
When you walk into this restaurant it feels like going back in time in the old Poland, as the decor is really spot on to create the atmosphere.
the food is good, really good. The staff is friendly and the service is impeccable. I have been here a couple of times and tried various things off the menu and have always been satisfied. In particular the venison was remarkable.
Not on the cheap...more
Simple Interiors. Wonderful Service. Excellent range of Vodkas (my favourites were the hazelnut & the eggnog)
Lovely heartwarming food. The way it was served, by the Chef at our table (the pierrogi & the Roast Duck) was like dinner theater and a meal served by a loving mum / aunt - all rolled into one.
Love this place, will keep going backmore
I do not have a single complaint about this restaurant. My mom and I came for lunch on a Saturday. The service was on point, they were very attentive and genuinely wanted us to enjoy the food. We had dumplings for starters and then I had a veal scallops and my mother a small chicken. What can I say. One of the best meals we've had in London. My veal scallops sauce was wonderful I almost wanted...more
Alan and I first ate here 10 years ago and liked it. Characteristically, I forgot and he remembered. Even when he reminded me, it wasn't until he mentioned its proximity to the South Kensington Underground station that I remembered. We walked over from the hotel w/o reservations, arriving about 6:30, and were lucky to be given a table. Usually people in London eat later than that, but...more