Rainforest cafe (London) Reviews
Description:20 Shaftesbury Avenue, Piccadilly Circus. Phone: +44 171 434 3111.
Newest Review: ... shop selling a variety of stuffed animals and other gifts that doubles the restaurant's entrance before descending down a set of stairs to the darker, damper climes of the restaurant. Immediately you feel in a slightly different world, with a background music of running water, a ceiling of greenery and intermittent loud thunderstorms. I located my friends sitting at a table near a giant ... more
Customer Rainforest cafe (London) Reviews (9)
by - written on 07/03/10 (Very useful, 68 readings)
Rainforest Café is a restaurant which wants to be a jungle film set located in central London, just behind the Trocadero and a mere 2 minutes walk from Picadilly tube station. It's the kind of place that as a boring adult I'd usually avoid, but as a friend had decided to hold her birthday there I felt obligied to temporarily suspend all my preconceptions and prejudices. On arrival you enter through a Disney store-type shop selling a variety of stuffed animals and other gifts that doubles the restaurant's entrance before descending down a set of stairs to the darker, damper climes of the restaurant. Immediately you feel in a slightly different world, with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
If you've got kids, forget TGI Fridays and the like and take them to this wonderful themed restaurant in the heart of Central London, located to the back of the Trocadero Centre, its within 2 minutes walk of Piccadilly and Leicester Square tubes and is accessible by all manner of buses on Shaftesbury Avenue., Meals are served from midday to 10pm on Monday to Thursday and Noon to 7.30pm on Friday and Saturdays. We took some little family members here and they loved it, the place is themed around an imaginary rainforest so there are animatronic wildlife, waterfalls and strange jungle noises throughout the meal. Staff are excellent and build the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/08 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Wonderful place for kids and families. It is fairly easy to find not too far from Piccadilly Circus tube station. I booked a table a few days ahead of our trip and we were seen to our table within 15 mins. It is well worth a visit from families visiting London. The 9 and 10 year old with me loved everything about it from the shop that you enter and exit through to the bar where they sat on tall stools painted in animal prints. The tables were a good size with comfortable chairs. The food was in my opinion cheap but this was beacuse it was Kids Week and the children ate free because we were going to a show! The meals were well prepared and there was a reasonable ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/10/03, updated on 09/10/03 (Useful, 99 readings)
When I bought my boyfriend tickets to a west end show we thought wed ,make a night of it! Id previously heard of the rainforest cafe and was eager to experience it myself! Although we are 18 and 20 respectively, my boyfriend and I are kids at heart!The rainforest cafe fed this enthusiasm to be kids whenever we choose! On entry there is a large toyshop full of every species of stuffed animal you could imagine! There was so much I wanted to take home! The Safari man told us the wait was 45mins so we played some air hockey and won loads of tickets in trocadero! By now my belly was rumbling! We were taken down into the restaurant to get a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/02, updated on 07/01/02 (Very useful, 1233 readings)
My friend Katie suggested just over a week ago that a group of friends should go to London, which is about 30 miles from where we live, and go shopping in the January sales. Being a woman I love shopping especially when prices are reduced so I and two other friends agreed. They wanted to go to the rainforest café for lunch, a place I had never heard of. We checked the menu on the Internet, and decided what we wanted, sadly the prices weren’t on there but at least we knew what food there was. But I’m not here to talk about the web page so I’ll move on. We arrived at the restaurant at 12.15, which was 15 minutes after it opened. The ... Read the complete review
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