York & Albany offers a complete lifestyle experience with food at its heart. Overlooking Regent’s Park the restaurant, bar, delicatessen, meetings and events space and of course the ten luxuriously appointed bedrooms and suites capture the elegance of the Regency period whilst offering a truly special experience.
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York & Albany
127 - 129 Parkway
Regents ParkLondonNW1 7PS
This is a lovely place and now they have opened the back into a secret garden, it's great for dining outside. You need to come on a deal as prices are fairly pricey. I did not dine on this occasion, just came for drinks. Their house white is actually quite nice at £20 a bottle.
I have dined here a couple of times in the past on a deal, I remembered it to be nice and relaxing and the food...more
I love this building! Its beautiful both inside and out (ah I'm sure somebody said that about me once, perhaps). The bar area is great to have a more relaxed meal and drinks in (the burger is recommended). For something a bit more intimate and womantic, as Jonathan Ross once said, the restaurant is a tip top choice for a slap up evening meal or Sunday dinner. We visited recently and they had a...more
Came here for afternoon tea week and really enjoyed my experience! The service was amazing and the food - for the most part - was great too. We had reservations for 3 pm and were seated right away in at a lovely table by the window. I (unsurprisingly) ordered the afternoon tea set with green tea. Within 5 minutes the tea came out and within another 5 minutes our tower arrived. My goodness, I...more
While our main waiter was perfectly pleasant, he was basically absent. It took an hour to be able to order (having taken 30 minutes for the cocktail menu to appear and we were the only one's in the restaurant at that time) and then another 45 mins to pay the bill - we finally went up and asked. This was a shame, as the food was good and was brought by the serving staff in good time. For a meal...more
This is a difficult review, as not only had I been here and thought that it was a major let down, but my friend had been here 5 times only to be let down either by the food or the service. We were invited to the winter shed at the back of the pub, and this was a freebie to make amends for the previous poor outcomes. Obviously the setting and decor of the pub is very impressive, but when you...more