The English dining room combines vintage armchairs, hard wooden floors, and traditional cut glass chandeliers with a menu that incorporates British favourites for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guilty pleasures, such as freshly baked scones with clotted cream and jam, and freshly cut sandwiches are served during afternoon and high tea.
£26 to £40
I might be the salmon here, the one that's swimming upstream...but I just didn't feel the hype about the Dean Street Townhouse. What I felt was a lot of attitude...almost as if the Dean Street Townhouse is the top dog of the neighbourhood and everyone else should bow to him!
Maybe I'n a little harsh here...I mean, nothing really bad happened - the service was okayish, the drinks were actually...more
This is a "go to" modern hip restaurant with good unique food and a fantastic atmosphere. They make a mean cocktail as well. Generally, they make you feel very welcome and we loved our main waitress. She gave us her honest opinion on what to order and never steered us wrong. We have been here with different friends and family and it is always a hit. We love the location and the vibe and...more
I really love the feel of this hotel restaurant. I expected it to be a bit stuffy, but it was very casual and warm.
We came here for the Sunday roast, which was very good. You can get a 2 course meal for around £24, or 3 course for £28. For the amount and quality of food you get, I'd say it was totally worth it.
I also had a glance at a few other tables having high tea----hmm hmmm. A lot...more
On a Wednesday night, 9pm, the place was still crowded and we were well inspired to book a table.
So to start with, it's a nice cosy atmosphere, mixing a crowd of people of all ages, starting in the end 20s til, well, older... The decoration is traditional British on the walls, with the wall paper stemming directly from older times, and a great long bar with high chairs on one side.
There was a mix-up about our Sunday reservation for Afternoon Tea at Dean Street Townhouse, and we had to wait 40 minutes before we could secure a table. But I understand these things happen, and after that the experience was lovely.
The dining room was warm and elegant with hardwood floors and plush vintage armchairs. The restaurant was filled with diners enjoying their Sunday roast or...more