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Recent bar & restaurant customer reviews in London

The Church Electric Brixton, Town Hall Parade, London, SW2 1RJ (Map)

All I can say is WOW, I am originally from Ealing, London England. I now live in beautiful Detin Florida. I have had so many people ask me have I ever been to The Church, of course I have back in 1980/81... More Atmosphere: Value: Quality:
Susan Hale, Destin Florida

The Church
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The Pembroke, Kensington (Bar)
“Someone should open a really good gay bar in Earls Court - maybe the new Coleherne Arms (when it re-opens) could be that bar..? If not, the area is crying out for a decent gar bar and someone could make a killing (not Colin Ireland). Come on guys... Let's bring Earls Court back to Girls Court like it always was!”
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William, Earls Court 16 Oct 08

Ivory Arch Tandoori, Lambeth & Elephant & Castle (Restaurant)
“I enjoyed eating in the little take away section of the Ivory Arch restaurant & take away. It was very cosy and the food was very good, we enjoyed watching the chefs cooking in the kitchen, lots of drama and action, very entertaining.”
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Bradley Jones, London 15 Oct 08

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Bar Social, Clapham (Bar / Restaurant / Club)
“After reading all the positive reviews about this bar I decided to check it out for myself with a workmate in tow. We recieved a freindly welcome by the bar staff when we arrived and were somewhat amazed at the amount of beers and cocktails on offer, so took us a while to decide. The decor and general feel to the place was warm and inviting and the music was also just right for the time we arrived which was quite early eve. All in all we stayed a bit longer than intended cos the cocktails were very moreish and at very reasonable prices too. If u havent already been to this bar get on down u wont be disappointed.”
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David Storey, London 15 Oct 08

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The Betjeman Arms, Kings Cross (Bar / Restaurant)
“This is traditional pub food (fish & chips, bubble & Squeak etc) done really very nicely. The dining room round the back is a bit more formal but really a lovely place to have lunch and the front bar is more bustling if you like it that way. Whenever i have been (i work localy) the service has always been very good, like the bar staff who carried my drinks to my table, as there were a lot of them. You could do alot worse in the area, and none better in the station.”
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C Churcher, London 15 Oct 08

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The Royal, Blackheath & Eltham (Bar / Restaurant)
“Excellent food, good wine list & lovely service.”
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Stu, London 15 Oct 08

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The Retro Bar, West End (Bar)
“This gay bar is all about the music... admittedly the sounds of the 80s and 90s, for a 40 something vaguely alternative gay crowd. Pop quiz night and the monthly Eurovision event (downstairs) are the highlights.”
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richard, london 14 Oct 08

The Hoist, Vauxhall & Oval (Bar)
“After 12 years this place is well past its peak and the crowd have moved on. Fridays and Sundays are empty and Saturdays are hit and miss, despite the closure of the second arch to make the place look busier. The place has been badly managed for a few years yet it's one of the priciest nights out in town (and a pint costs more here than anywhere on the gay scene). Lack of air conditioning (or rather a refusal to use it) makes this a leather bar it's too hot to wear the gear in. A sad shadow of its former self.”
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richard, london 14 Oct 08

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Jerusalem Tavern, Clerkenwell (Bar)
“An uneasy mix of 'olde London' and hipster posing, with 'i'm doing you a favour by serving you'-style barstaff (at least on my visit). Avoid the ghastly Honey Porter...vile undrinkable stuff. ”
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richard, london 14 Oct 08

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Royal Vauxhall Tavern, Vauxhall & Oval (Bar / Club)
“For good reason this much loved bar is at the heart of gay Vauxhall. Since being saved from the bulldozer new management have succeded in building a week-round rosta of themed nights. Saturday nights ("Duckie") see an alternative/indie soundtrack with cabaret from around the globe, while Sunday afternoons are home to the Dame Edna Experience and a sweat-drenched, pumping dance playlist. Expect queues at weekends.”
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richard, london 14 Oct 08

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Village Soho, Soho (Bar)
“It's definitely one of the best bars to meet new people!!! I sang from the top of my lungs on karaoke and it was fabulous. Had a great time! David”
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Carlos, [ Unknown ] 14 Oct 08

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Satay House, Paddington (Restaurant)
“The food is sublime - this is simply the best Malaysian restaurant in London.”
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Steff Green, London 14 Oct 08

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Bamboo Grove, Sutton & Croydon (Restaurant)
“We had a lovely evening in the very modern and sleek Bamboo Grove. The food was very good particularly the Oxtail and the 3 fish curry.The service was very prompt and it was refreshing to see the chefs at work preparing our food. For 2 courses and non-alcoholic drinks we paid about £25.00 a head. We were too stuffed to try the time! I would go there again and recommend it to friends”
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valerie, South Croydon 14 Oct 08

Moonlighting Club, Soho (Bar)
“One of the best clubs in the west end.”
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john abimbola, London 13 Oct 08

Le Piaf, Wimbledon (Restaurant)
“Possibly the worst restaurant in London. Went for lunch on Saturday afternoon. The place was half full, not busy. Seated promptly and then waited for 10 minutes to order. Add another 10 minutes for the drinks to arrive and then another 5 for the food. I had a steak sandwich with fries, the fries were hard and cold and my wife had a chicken, brie and cranberry ciabatta. The chicken was raw, totally under cooked. We then waited for someone to bring the bill but had it never arrived. In the end we had to walk up to the counter and pay. They had the cheek to charge us service! We did not have any. I will never ever go here again. Worst restaurant in London by a mile.”
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james, london 13 Oct 08

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The Pembroke, Kensington (Bar)
“Is there anywhere in Earls Court gay any more, to think of the wonderful gay haunts in this part of london and now gone, The Coleherne, The Redcliffe, Bromptons.... It really is too sad. Poor little Balans on its own.”
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Leonard, London 12 Oct 08

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Hi Sushi, Soho (Restaurant)
“Went for the buffet and found the quality to be awful. The fried food was all tasteless and designed solely to fill you up so that you can't eat as much sushi. The sushi was the worst I have ever had, almost completely salmon based and with all the rolls containing more rice then any others I have had. Even the seaweed wrapping was chewy. The atmosphere downstairs is poor, nothing like it looks in the photos. You are sandwiched between the kitchen and what appears to be the bin area. The only plus side of this place is the huge amount of food you are given. Nearly all of it went to waste however. The worst sushi restaurant I have even been to. Avoid!”
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James H, Chester 12 Oct 08

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Carpenter's Arms, Hammersmith (Bar)
“A really pleasant local pub with a great courtyard - perfect for sunny day lunches. The short and punchy menu does veer towards game - steak and chips with bernaise is venison rather than beef for example. Not a child friendly menu and not for fussy eaters or vegetarians - only one veggie option (mushroom and dandelion risotto- so if you are a vegetarian with you have a mushroom allergy, or a vegan you'll be hungry!) That said, the cooking is well executed and the surrounds are extremely nice. A great find if you live near but probably not worth a special journey.”
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Kristina, London 12 Oct 08

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La Maja, Notting Hill (Restaurant)
“The food was of a decent standard and the atmosphere was calm and the walls pretty. However, upon my last visit, I noticed the restaurant were keen to serve what looked like underage teens alcohol downstairs. I was under the impression the youngsters had been allowed to have a party downstairs. Also, I noticed an odd sour odour downstairs but thats another tale. Hmm The food was also pricey. Frankly, I would have been better off in KFC. That is all.”
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Franklin Smith, London 12 Oct 08

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Beach Blanket Babylon, Shoreditch (Bar / Restaurant)
“H&M chic, over styled décor and ok food describes this venue best. It certainly isn’t the buzz that has been made of this new Shoreditch ’fashion’ venue. Under staffed and poorly planned menus led to a disappointing evening which was suppose to be ‘fabulous’ Even the manager with his charm couldn’t fix a failing combination of dim witted staff, poor kitchen preparation and OK food. No amount of charm could have save this train wreck.”
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Scott Pearson, london 12 Oct 08

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