The changing menu at La Buvette always offers good value. We tend to mix items on the fixed price menu with the a la carte desserts. It was quiet but with a good ambience when we visited on a Tuesday. As the dining area is quite small, it can become a little noisy if most or all of the tables are occupied. The waiter seemed a little nervous, hence the score for service. The food as always was very good. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Swaget has become an annual event for a group of us that now live all around the country but regularly meet to watch Wasps play Harlequins. The restaurant is generally busy but the staff always make you feel welcome and special. The food is excellent and if you want something that is not on the menu you only have to ask. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Bacco meets and surpasses expectations. All dishes tried were of high quality; the sevice was great and the wine list, if you like top-flight Italian wines, outstanding. Worth seeking out and enjoying - all for a not unreasonable price. Definitely one for the notebook. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Although this was the day of an England Rugby International, the service could not have been more efficient. We were welcomed warmly and quickly shown to our table and immediately offered a drink, which arrived promptly. It was clearly very fully booked, but the food arrived within a short period of time and was well cooked and presented. The wine list was very good and I enjoyed a glass of Albarino which is a rare find on a pub wine list. We were so impressed that we have rebooked for next Saturday! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Afternoon tea has been enjoyed in our well-dressed lounge bar, overlooking the river Thames, for over a century.
Afternoon tea dates back to 1840 and was introduced by the Duchess of Bedford to plug the gap between lunch and dinner and went on to become a fabulous, fashionable, social affair.
180 years later, the affection for English afternoon tea is still as strong, combining the British obsession with tea and our love of cake.
At the Bingham we treat it as a special occasion and it includes delicate sandwiches, warm homemade scones, cakes and patisseries, Devonshire clotted cream and homemade jams.More
The beautiful idea of eating from many small plates and bowls, on the dinner table, are the norm from the Middle East right across the seas & oceans to Japan. Asia, with its vast cultural diaspora, diversity, and amazing cuisines with indigenous spices, makes Asian Gourmet cuisine the most intriguing and fascinating cuisine across the globe for centuries.
Chef Andy at Una brings this unique concept of Oneness through fresh local produce and translates this into completely unique, bespoke and authentic Asian cuisine from the Asian region into beautiful, flavourful plates, bowls, and platters. Be bold, experiment and savour these flavours and tastes…
Select a few salads, plates, some sides and a few bowls to savour these amazingly flavourful dishes and share them on the table. Finish off with a selection of diverse desserts.More