Quaint little restaurant with highly attentive and lovely staff. We had my 7 month old with us at the time and they made sure she had everything she needed, including lots of attention (many of the staff oohed and Ahhed as they went by and made funny faces to make her laugh).
Highchair was available and it was clean with straps. A+!!!
Food was yummy but maybe a bit overpriced. My mother...more
The service at Aubaine left me...perplexed. The surly waiter had me and my mother wondering what we'd done to offend him. We actually made a particular effort to be breezy and friendly when he came to us, so concerned we were that he thought we were rude or something, but in the end I'm pretty sure the problem lay somewhere else. Meanwhile, the maitre d' had a very fixed idea of his role and...more
Aubaineeeeeee makes ya insaneeeee.. Ok sorry, back to business. I dined here a few weeks ago but it wasn't memorable enough for me to do an immediate review on. You know?
Starters: we had the sharing platter with treats such as pâté,calamari,grilled veggies,mozzarella and salad. The calamari almost took me to flavour town but didn't quite make it. The grilled veggies were boarding on frozen...more
I really enjoy it here; it's low key and relaxed, but also polished and on-point. A good all-rounder which is perfectly located just off the hurly-burly of Marylebone.
The set menu is sneaky, so here's the PRO-TIP: it's available every day of the week but is something you often have to *ask* for. And ask you should! For 13.50 you can have 2 courses (a selection of 4-ish options per starter...more
We really enjoyed our Valentine's Day dinner here.
As Brian C said, we each had the same food - a salad with some ham, a mushroom risotto, and a chocolate millefeuille for two for dessert.
As it was a special Valentine's Day menu, it wasn't cheap at £38 per person, and the courses were, to be honest, pretty small - but they were quite rich, the dessert especially, and we didn't leave...more