I was invited for a business event on one of the top floors. Nice location, food served was good (I guess if you would go back to the restaurant (on the ground floor) the score would be the same.
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After enduring 45 minutes of "theatre" we decided to leave & get a drink in the pub. It was a really warm evening & the pub was stuffy with no air conditioning, so went to sit outside. Was told we were not allowed to sit...More
Overall we enjoyed our visit. The service was good and the staff friendly. Very nice decor. We ordered a cheese board to share but it was very small. We later saw other sharing boards that were far bigger so perhaps we were unlucky.
As a solo traveler you rarely get the 5 star treatment. Not only did they call to confirm my reservation, they also held my table while I waited in line to get a stand by performance ticket. I had the sea bream and endive salad....More
Have now eaten in the "pub" on a couple of occasions. Interesting choice of small and large plates, not necessarily what you would expect but no complaints from as my dishes have always been great. Good choice of beers too.
We recently celebrated by Mum's 70th birthday at The Swan and were extremely impressed with the whole experience. We'd booked our table for 8 people well in advance as expected a Friday lunchtime to be pretty busy. I'd originally requested a 'special river view table',...More
We were a group of ten eating pre-theatre. Having a short limited choice menu is absolutely right. However, the food itself was somewhat boring as common consensus. I had the duck terrine, which was overly coarse and the spelt risotto. The latter looked good but...More
I went with family and had a lovely table offering views along the Thames and across to St Paul's Cathedral. The menu had a good balance of starters,mains and deserts. The food was very good and the bill fairly priced. My only point was as...More