Petrus (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... cannot cross charge so I was handed my bill and it was for a whopping £13.50! Now I am very well used to London prices and am even known for having certain extravagances but I thought this was simply ridiculous. I handed over £15 and although they were very slow giving me my change on a silver plate I was determined to wait for it and not make it a £15 glass of wine. It was not even a big glass. It should be noted that this is not Petrusís price for a glass of wine, but I am mentioning because this bar is right outside the restaurant and particularly if you are waiting for someone it is a logical place to have a pre-dinner drink. My a... more
Customer Petrus (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 19/05/06 (Very useful, 3275 readings)
As you may know from some of my other reviews, eating is a big part of my life and for the last eleven years whilst I have been living (mainly) and working in London I have made the most of the fantastic restaurant scene on offer. I have been fortunate to have friends who equally take great pleasure in trying out some of Londonís finest, in particular Robert, who accompanied me to Petrus two weeks ago. Gordon Ramsey opened Petrus in 1999 in St Jamesís Street although it is now based in The Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge. Marcus Wareing has been Head Chef since the opening and has one Michelin star for this restaurant and I believe he also has Michelin stars ... Read the complete review
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