Annie's has became a local institution - seductive sumptuous with an eclectic mix of richly coloured wallpaper and fabrics, dark wooden tables, chandeliers, cushions, candles and roses - an overall impression of charming shabby chic. Annie's is unique, fun and when the evening falls becomes fashionably romantic.
Annie's food is what people really want to eat. Open for brunch - lunch and dinner seven days a week. Eggs Benedict for brunch, fish and chips or char grilled chicken, roast beetroot, peach and endive salad for lunch or Rib eye steak for dinner not to forgot the legendry sticky toffee pudding, probably the best you'll find. All fresh, beautifully served and reasonably priced. Popular during the hot summer month's Annie's comes into its own with beautiful outside dining and a secret garden in the Barnes restaurant.
The service is swift and friendly with staff that really do care about the customer. Great food is served in a friendly informal atmosphere.
£26 to £40
This review is for their Scotch steak burger. I had asked for it to be cooked medium rare, but was told that due to a new regulation, it had to be cooked at least medium, which I said was ok. What I received was a really rare, practically raw hamburger that had just been seared or chargrilled out the outside. It was quite inedible. I took most of it home and re-cooked it. Even in its original...more
To call Annie's quaint is quite fair. It is a fairly sized restaurant that gives you the feeling of warmth and coziness without feeling cramped.
Our waiter was fantastic. He was courteous, affable, appropriately familiar and very knowledgable about the food on the menu.
The two culinary highlights of the meal were the Main and The dessert. I remember the starter also being good but my...more