Quite good food but it was let down by slightly slow service and slightly austere waiters. Due to the layout of the restaurant it isn't always easy to get their attention. Average price but I wouldn't rush back due to service.
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Good location in central London, places to eat outside. Service was fine, food and drink menus were not extensive. Wine was expensive for what you get. The food was fine.
Nice atmosphere, lots of people, bright interior. My coconut poached chicken salad was NOT a winner. The rocket was limp and dry, the 4 slices of chicken dry also. The composition on the plate looked like something from a beginning cook school for teens. Not...More
Was looking forward to having a lovely breakfast here, but found out very quickly that it was not likely to happen. Two of us were seated in the table located in the middle of the restaurant which was extremely tight where there was no room...More
Read some very good reviews about this restaurant... but were slightly disappointed. Bottle of wine was reasonably priced and good. Very extensive drinks menu compared to a rather limited food menu! Starter was too salty for me (tiger prawn and chorizo scotch egg) and my...More
As a kiwi in London I was thrilled to find a Kopapa so close to my hotel. I encouraged my travelling companions (not kiwis) to go there with me and was so disappointed by the surly service from the young woman at the front desk.
Overall pretty good but I wonder if Sunday sluggishness caused a few issues. Out of 3 bloody mary's only one was drinkable. The 2 problematic mary's were, to be fair, replaced quickly but the bottom of the pre-mixed tomato barrel was far too spicy, salty,...More
We were there with friends for dinner and decided to ordered loads of dishes to share - felt like we were at Nopi, it was a great way to try most of the menu. The steamed lobster and scallop plate was delicious but I'm not...More