Giraffe Restaurants (London) Reviews
Description:Address: Churchill House / 137 Brent Street / London / NW4 4DJ / Telephone: +44 (0)20 8457 2776 / A vast menu with meal ... more
Newest Review: ... which gave our lil one at least 30minutes of entertainment. All carefully thought about to keep the children from reaking havoc! Our waiter came over very quickly 'Shane' he was a lovely man very friendly and was very good with our two year old playing with her balloon and asking her what she would like. He was very friendly and did not rush us and was not bothered when we all changed our ... more
Customer Giraffe Restaurants (London) Reviews (11)
by - written on 24/05/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
I have nothing but possitive feedback after visiting Giraffe for our daughters birthday! We went to the Giraffe restraunt on The SouthBank and it was absolutely lovely. But don't be put off by the amount of young children inside as you honestly would ot notice! When we first arrived it was noticably child friendly, we knew this by the amount of strollers and prmas in the entrance which has been purposley designed for families that want to eat with there children there is stacks of room for at least 20 maybe even 30 pram and strollers. The restraunt itself is very big spacious and has high ceiling which I am sure is why you can not hear all the children ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/12 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I attended the Giraffe restaurant in the Westfield shopping centre in Stratford for a friends birthday. With my friends usual lateness, I was there first, and asked a member of staff if I could sit and wait until I arrived. My friend had not made a booking so The waitress asked how big the group was (even though the restaurant was especially empty) i informed her there was 7 more people to come and in my opinion she was quite rude to tell me that they needed to come quickly as the kitchen closed at 10. (it was 8.30pm at this point). As I waited I asked for a drink at the bar, but the waitress there said she was "busy" (she was cleaning ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/01/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
In contrast to many of the reviews here, I actually really enjoy eating at the Giraffe chain of restaurants, my favourite being the restaurant in High Street Kensington - although I have eaten at the Giraffe restaurants at Victoria and the South Bank Centre. While Giraffe is a chain restaurant, I do believe that this is one of the better chain restaurants as they don't have the feel of a chain restaurant. I like the menu and I find that dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients. There are also a ecclectic range of dishes on offer - my favourite being the Szechuan Sesame Noodles and the Jambalaya Risotto - although there are all of the usual suspects also of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 119 readings)
I first discovered Giraffe a couple of years ago when living in Hampstead. I often popped into the small Hampstead branch for a smoothie or for breakfast pancakes but until recently I hadn't been for dinner. Over the past few years Giraffe has expanded rapidly, not only are they all over London but also in Bristol, Manchester, Oxford and various other places. * * * *Restaurant/ Location* * * * Giraffe now have 41 different branches with many of them being in London. I visited the large Southbank Centre branch. We arrived at about 7pm on a weekday without making a reservation. We waited about 10 minutes for a table as the restaurant was quite busy. Having ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
There are Giraffes all over the country and I have now visited a couple of them, and yet I still don't really understand what is going on with Giraffe. The restaurants all have a pretty standard look, bright, welcoming and the usual for a chain. The staff are generally friendly, and the service is usually reasonably good. Giraffe offer a great breakfast menu, including pancakes, porridge and the good old full English. These are teamed with great coffees and tasty smoothies. Breakfast is one thing Giraffe do well. There is also a brunch menu with some more adventurous dishes on it. And then Giraffe's menu starts to become confusing, at best, and at ... Read the complete review
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