Restaurants in Aylesbury Reviews
Newest Review: ... generally excellent! Whether you wish to have a light snack(no such thing-unless you only have a starter the portions are huge!)or a full three course meal I have seldom found fault. Of course, not everybody can be perfect all the time, but on average 95% of the meals I have had have been spot-on. Another part of the appeal of the Lion is Jean-Marie. Being typically Gallic(despite living in Britain for many years now)he has a temper on him. This can vary from expletives emanating from the kitchen to a full on slanging match in the bar. One of his main complaints is that people expect freshly cooked food in Burger King time. I feel he is j... more
Customer Restaurants in Aylesbury Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/06/01, updated on 22/06/01 (Very useful, 928 readings)
Scrolling through items on which I could make an informed opinion I came across this category. I then decided if I could stretch the boundaries to restaurants near to Aylesbury I would be onto a winner! About 5 miles south west of Aylesbury on the A41 there is a village called Waddesdon-some of you may have heard of Waddesdon Manor(or maybe not!). Within the confines of this sleepy looking Rothschild village there are several opportunities to have a bite to eat. I shall limit myself here to the only two that I have any recent experience of. As you drive through the village you will come across a public house called The Lion. This establishment has been run ... Read the complete review
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