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Recent bar & restaurant customer reviews in London

Rumba 36 Shaftesbury Avenue, Soho, London, W1D 7EP (Map)

This is the only place you can hear REAL music in the West End now and not the generic house/rnb crap most other clubs are playing. Drinks are reasonable too. Only draw back is it gets too packed. More Atmosphere: Value: Quality:
lyne Houston, London

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The Normanby, Putney (Bar / Restaurant)
“Went here for Valentines dinner. The food was great and the wine list was clear and impressive with no outrageous over pricing. The service was also really good and three courses with wine for two people at £60 is pretty good going. I'd recommend the Normanby to anyone!!”
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O kirk, Putney 15 Feb 08

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Edinboro Castle, Camden (Bar)
“Well, I can say that this pub is one of my local in Camden (and it's me living in the area....). I completely agree with the other reviews, it's sometimes a pain in the ass to get served but it got much better lately..... And I have to say that they have one of the best selection of beer you can find in a normal pub (not a beer emporium like the Rakes in Borough Market) in London.... The Budvar Dark and the Fanziskaner are fantastic..... And the staff is also nice, sometimes overwhelmed by the amount of people coming in (especially in the summer when the beer garden is full). And on top of that, the food is not bad at all, I agree a bit pricey sometimes, but of good quality. All in all, a very nice pub, much better than the usual Camden pub.... :-)”
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Mathieu, London 14 Feb 08

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Octoberfest Pub, Fulham (Bar / Restaurant)
“I went to the Oktoberfest in Germany for the 6th time last year and after last Saturday night I can honestly say that this is the closest thing to beerfest I have experienced outside of Munich. The beers were HUGE and the food authentic and in MASSIVE portions. Great atmosphere. The German band was a little loud when we were there but the drinking games were fun and it was really worth the effort! I give it a big thumbs up great fun!”
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cath bottomley, london 14 Feb 08

La Bouchee, Kensington (Restaurant)
“We always head for La Bouchee after a visit to the Albert Hall (usually matinee) as it rounds the day nicely. Service is always friendly, although not always the fastest. But with good friends and a great bottle of wine it is never a problem. The specials board is great fun to interpret into English but with the help of the staff it seems to work. The food has always been of a high quality, well cooked, good varied selection and hot when served. Cost works out around £50 per person (for 4) for 3 courses plus at least 2 bottles each of wine and water, with coffee. I find this good value in a good atmosphere.”
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Graham Billett, Rainham, Kent 14 Feb 08

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Octoberfest Pub, Fulham (Bar / Restaurant)
“I have been to Oktoberfest in Germany twice and this place was great. We went there to watch the England rugby and they had a live German band after the rugby had finished. It was awesome!! We had some great German food and everyone was singing along with the band and dancing on the tables. One of the best nights out I have had in years.”
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mike, tindall 14 Feb 08

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The Red Lion and Sun, Highgate (Bar)
“I have eaten here three times since Xmas - every meal has been excellent. Best steak and chips I have had for a long time - hard for me now to choose anything else if it is on the menu. Under 18s ok until 8pm, which thankfully means that Cafe Rouge is no longer our only option....”
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Liz Thompson, London 14 Feb 08

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Abracadabra, St James (Bar / Restaurant)
“Probably best looking club in europe.”
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rama, London 13 Feb 08

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Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese, City of London (Bar)
“My god old boy, what a pub. I have been working in London for some time now and this has got to be one of my favorite pubs, i'm a big ale drinker and i cant get enough of it in the cheese "Its Great" and as for atmosphere, well there is one word - GREAT!”
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Gary Mchuffrey, London 13 Feb 08

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Dinings, Marylebone (Restaurant)
“Great new Japanese restaurant near Edgeware Road, owned and cooked in by ex-Nobu chef, but without the Nobu prices. The food here is excellent, in particular the yellow tail sashimi and black cod. The place is very small and very simple in its decor, but the staff are really friendly, if lacking a little in English. AA Gill really slated it in his Times review, but I am just about to go on my third visit and can't relate to his comments. Hopefully his review will mean that the restaurant keeps it's prices reasonable for Japanese food in London, and keeps the hoards away, so it's still possible for ordinary mortals to get a booking!”
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Jacqueline, London 13 Feb 08

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Market Tavern, Mayfair (Bar)
“Love this place! Work nearby and we go there every week for lunch, or friday drinks and food. Love the way it's decked out, and the choice of drinks. My favourite is the Aspall Cider. Make sure you go upstairs.... the bar is usually quieter there and it's a comfortable room to sit down in.”
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Nicole Tissott, London 12 Feb 08

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The Cellar, City of London (Bar)
“This is a lovely venue although more chilly than chilled-out due to over-zealous air-conditioning. I was very disappointed with the selection of wines by the glass. In fact, there is only one very basic french red wine offered and a small glass costs the same as the price of the bottle. The service is very poor - the plates are cleared before the meal is finished - and, although only optional, the service charge is conveniently added and, if I understand correctly, further gratuities welcomed. Having said all this, the food is delicious, even if the re-heating of the dishes is a little haphazard. I wasn't sure if today's lamb dish was meant to be served warm, cold or tepid as it was actually a mix of all 3 but it was very tasty.”
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Anne Johnson, Skirmett 11 Feb 08

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Trattoria La Ruga, Ilford & Walthamstow (Restaurant)
“Simply fantastic. Always pleased to see you, food always fresh and chalk board menu explained to you with such passion! You are really sold an experience.”
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Ben Milne, Chingford. 10 Feb 08

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Sopranos Piano Bar, Kensington (Bar / Restaurant)
“Happened to drop in for a quick drink after dinner in a nearby restaurant. Left 2 hours later. Great atmosphere and great music - a man on the piano accompanied by a singer who covered Frank Sinatra through to Elton John and Cold Play. Wish we had somewhere like this in Bath.”
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Chris, Bath 10 Feb 08

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The Crabtree Tavern, Hammersmith (Bar / Restaurant)
“Possibly the worst service I have ever received, food took almost three hours to arrive after they managed to run out of both my original and subsequent order. Good for a pint but not much else.”
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Bruce, London 10 Feb 08

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The Gipsy Moth, Greenwich (Bar)
“When I first went in I thought that my mates and I were in for a good afternoon. Then - slow service, the food was cold and VERY late and we made the mistake of complaining to the waiter. An angry looking man stormed over and shouted about how customers like us made his life hell. We left without finishing our drinks but discovered on the way out that a jacket with wallet had been stolen from our table. Now, I know this is not the pubs fault but perhaps if the staff gave a damn then the theives would not have such an easy job.”
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Tony Archer, London 10 Feb 08

The Brown Dog, Barnes & Sheen (Bar / Restaurant)
“Why, oh why the residents of Barnes have taken to this pub in droves is beyond me. Yes, the interior is lovely but the staff are obnoxious, the prices are exhorbitant and the food is badly executed gastro. Go to the Idle Hour instead!”
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Claire Webber, London 09 Feb 08

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Escape, Soho (Bar / Club)
“This is the best gay club ever. Love it, you just feel at home. The staff are so friendly and the music is A+”
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AAJ, London 09 Feb 08

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The Retro Bar, West End (Bar)
“This paradise in the middle of the theatre district is a great place to meet friends gay or straight. The friendly staff and theme nights(games/rock trivia etc) make for a fun evening, wish it could stay open later. Or go to the upstairs bar for a quiet chat. My favorite pub in London. Cheers. Jake.”
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Jake, London 09 Feb 08

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Boujis Nightclub, Kensington (Bar / Club)
“I just love this place, pretentious to say the least, but the doorman are very heavy handed lunatics.”
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leroy, london 08 Feb 08

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