The Wolseley Restaurant (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... perhaps a little too close together, but honestly when you are seated, you do not notice the other people close by, nor can you hear each other's chatter. How they manage it, I don't know, but they really do. The breakfast menu was plentiful in choice, and we kept looking around us to see what everyone else had. The traditional English breakfast seemed a popular choice, but we decided to go for pancakes with bacon and kedgeree. The food came quickly, but was clearly freshly cooked and steaming hot. The pancakes were the best thing I have ever tasted. They were light and fluffy and the bacon cooked to perfection, with gorgeous maple syrup... more
Customer The Wolseley Restaurant (London) Reviews (1)
by - written on 16/02/10 (Very useful, 34 readings)
Yum Yum Yum. My boyfriend took me for the famous Wolseley Restaurant breakfast on Christmas Eve. And it was delicious! when we arrived, we were a little bit early so our table wasn't ready (xmas eve is probably one of the most popular days) but the staff seated us in the bar and gave us some hot drinks while we waited. Our table was soon available, and the waitress came to collect us from the bar, and carried our drinks to our table for us! I was already impressed. The whole restaurant is very open plan, and at first glance you think the tables are perhaps a little too close together, but honestly when you are seated, you do not notice ... Read the complete review
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