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19 Newman St, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1PF, UK – 020 7299 0444
I have been to many of the Galvin Restaurants. Each of them offer a unique experience and a lovely twist of French cooking. Galvin La Chapelle is absolutely stunning and the crab lasagna is one of my favourite of the Galvin brothers’ signature dishes. Galvin HOP offers a relaxed ambiance and their Tarte flambée is delicious. The Athenaeum offers lovely afternoon tea and their bar is very stunning, a great venue for a Friday or Saturday night cocktail. I have also had the chance to venture the Galvin Green Man in Chelmsford which is less than an hour from London. Since they’ve opened, they won many awards including a Bib Gourmand and that’s not surprising. With lovely surrounding countryside, you can enjoy their Galvin’s classics, some lovely seasonal dishes or if you are in the mood even some pub grub. Definitely worth the ride! I can’t recommend Galvin restaurants enough and wish them many more years of success.
Not bad but would not go again
50A Berkeley St, Mayfair, London W1J 8HA, UK – 020 7399 4330
Best food ever. Quite reasonably priced. Service on point. If you're vegetarian, go for the aubergine and mozzarella starter, it's divine. The desserts are to die for. Ambience is perfect. Only downside was the 25 minute wait to be seated at the table even though we had a reservation, and the front of house girls/receptionists not having a welcoming demeanour. But the food definitely over-compensates!
Great bar/restaurant with great atmosphere. Dim sums, tempura - lovely. Cocktails - nice too. Unfortunately, service - they try to rush you. We were there peak Saturday night 8pm; they just want a fast turnover. Go Thursday night, or Sunday lunch.
98-100 Shepherds Bush Rd, Shepherd's Bush, London W6 7PD, UK – 020 3019 1175
Thanks to Emily and her team for catering for an excellent birthday party for me. Great food and service and it all went like clockwork. Was a great venue for a group, but also recommended for couples etc.
Enjoyed our meal here. I did find the restaurant slightly under staffed and so it took a while to order and for the food to arrive. When the food arrived it was tasty. It was quite quiet for a Friday night. More tables empty than full. They had a set menu which was £15.95 for 2 courses and £17.95 for 3 courses. Mains carried in price between about £12-22. Small selection of beer and wine by the glass, carafe or bottle. I would return and would recommend it.