Staff were more interested in talking to each other and looking at their phones than taking a food order. End up walking out. Won't be back.
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Five to 10 years ago, my mother used to go to the Burgundy for lunch. Her mobility has declined and a few nights ago, I offered to take her there for dinner . Note that this is a pub in a reasonably popular hangout area...More
The Burgundy Lion has changed a bit since our last visit, but it’s as welcoming as ever! Great pub look and friendly staff. Our small group was seated at a nice booth in the back, which felt private and nice. We had our six-year-old son...More
I've been here several times previously, usually for lunch, and have always liked it. The food is good (Note: I highly recommend the bangers and mash!) My last visit was on an early Tuesday evening, yet the place was packed. Although we were seated in...More
We were there today for lunch, was not impressed at all. Was expecting to eat a nice Fish & chips like in a pub in London..what a disappointment. .The batter of the fish was way too thick and oily the French fries looked like they...More
I go for the Murphy's. Still like my Guinness. You have to taste test them, though. I find Murphy's stoutier. As for the fare it is pub food served with a dash of Atwater market.
We stopped in before our dinner reservation at Liverpool House and we ended up wishing we could have stayed here to eat. I had a few of the burgundy house beers and they were hitting the spot so I had a few more! We had...More
I've been spending a lot of time at the Burgundy Lion recently, so felt another review was in order. In the past 6 weeks I have eaten here many times. Upon arrival, you are seated by the welcoming staff. The waiting staff are always buzzing...More
Our son in law is from England, so we were pretty thrilled to find an English pub around the corner from where we were staying in Little Burgundy. Everything from the beer and music to the fish and chips was authentic and delicious. We went...More
I am not English, but I certainly know about what a full English breakfast is all about and so does my wife who comes from the U.K! The Burgundy Lion's version of it is simply an OVERPRICED DISAPPOINTMENT! The so-called "bacon" was nothing more than...More