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Avis publié : 23 janvier 2017 Good chinese restaurant, perfect service Google Traduction When staying at the Grosvenor hotel, I tried this restaurant close by the lobby. Food quality is good/very good, with variety in the plates. Side dishes portions are huge. Service was good, and incredibly fast, despite the fact that all tables were occupied on a busy night. The waitress helped to choose among the plates, and was very kind. This is not authentic Chinese food as in China or home-made dishes by Chinese friends, but as a "Chinese-style" meal, this is really nice, and quality is definitely here.
Now an English restaurant called The Grosvenor Tavern. Serves reasonable food plus a reasonable wine list. Very grand surroundings.
On the corner of Victoria station, as you enter you go from the hustle and bustle of the station to a calm high ceiling restaurant. Upon entering we were unwelcomed by a waitress, that made me feel like I should choose a different restaurant. She expressed that basically everything on the menu was finished and they were closing soon. After a long walk I wasn't really feeling to find a different restaurant, so we sat down to order regardless. Upon examining the menu, only 2 items were not available. The food came within 15 mins. We ordered lobster and noodles for the price of £52. Was it nice, yes. Was it with the price, no they could have knocked off £10, because the noodles didn't seem fresh, nor was it hot as you would expect your freshly cooked food to be. Nonetheless I enjoyed it...ish. The price is high, but you are paying for eating in London and the hotel. The ambiance was nice and calm. I have heard they will be closing for refurbishment but I could be wrong. I won't be going here again, but not because I didn't like it, I'm just not looking to spend a lot of money for ok food
Highly recommend you go anywhere else but here!! We are staying at the hotel, and came by for dinner. Very disappointed in both the service, and portions for the price. The waiters are all very rude (especially if you are not Chinese and don't speak their language- this was very obvious). After being brought the wrong order, they huffed and puffed, took it away, and dropped the correct bowl down on the table with force and walked away briskly. Very high prices for tiny portions.
Had our 2018 New year candle light dinner.. it's really great and people are very pleasing.. Had a warm welcome 👌