had a birthday to attend there... they did a really nice job.. starters better than main course... nice music in the bar....
Fistly, there seems to be more thought put into the velvet encrusted mirrors and sparkly drop chandeliers than into the food (not a bad ambiance if you're into that sort of thing). Also this isn't a negative review, there's nothing particularly wrong with the food however it wasn't necessarily memorable or mindblowingly good. AMBIANCE A little too exhuberant for what... More
This restaurant is located in The Cumberland Hotel, which is a few minutes' walk from Marble Arch Tube station, off Oxford Street. This hotel has 3 bars and a sister brasserie to the restaurant. The restaurant's ambience is very enjoyable, as the decor is opulent and the tables are well spaced. Service is excellent. The waiters and waitresses are attentive,... More
we celebrated our wedding anniversary here with a special offer of the tasting menu at £49. It was very good value with some superb flavours. Once you have negotiated the awful Cumberland Hotel foyer, which has zero atmosphere and all the charm of a vast airport concourse, the restaurant is surprisingly small. The decor is, er, odd and looks like... More
Went for lunch on a saturday. Being tucked away at the very back of the hotel does this restaurant no favours. It is also let down by its abrupt and unwelcoming front of house staff - given that we were the only diners bar one other lone diner, i would have thought they'd be expecting us...? Its a really lovely... More
Absolutely love this restaurant for a special occasion the food is out of this world so tasty and like a work of art. I love the amount of courses you receive that leave yoy satisfyingly full at the end. The dishes are imaginative and cooked to perfection. Staff are wonderful too very professional and efficient nothing is too much trouble
We ate at the Rhodes W1 Brasserie and the food was excellent and not too badly priced for Cental London. The raspberry soufflé was executed very well and the best I had ever had. The brasserie wasn't too busy, it was nicely decorated and service was fairly prompt.
We had a 7 course taster menu here. It was good value and lovely food. I didn't like the beef but everything else was delicious. The service was good. The tables were nicely spaced, which kept it private.
The food at The Cumberland, Restaurant, Bistro and Cafe is all of a good quality. For us, it was the freshness of the cooking and the finesse demonstrated that excelled.
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