We arrived early so thought we would have a drink at the lively bar. To our surprise the barman not only had sherry but gave us his thoughts on it making a comeback !
We lovely the theatrical quirky atmosphere of the place. The staff were attentive, the food delicious so we are pleased that we had booked it. A fun experience.
Lovely staff and atmosphere. Loved that there were regulars there. Food was delicious and maybe that is why perhaps we would have liked larger portions.
Brunswick House never fails to delight: the service, the menu and the surroundings are very special and our visitors to London find the experience of dining there "awesome"!
I have been to Brunswick House many times but it just gets better and better. The rather abstract service of yesteryear has gone, the food is seasonal and exceptional and, considering the ingredients, it is good value.
Our meal was the best yet with friendly, informed service in a most convivial atmosphere. Highly recommended!
Had lunch here with 3 friends with whom I lunch on a regular basis. Venue is striking with unusual decor and easily accessible by public transport
Food was excellent and a bit different but service was slowish and haphazard. Soup was delicious but not hot enough. The 2 waiters were friendly and smiley but it felt as though they had not been trained properly. A wrong order resulted in having to wait for some vegetables. Food and drinks were placed on the edge of the table rather than individually served,.
No great complaint and would go again and recommend the venue to others but service needs to sharpen up. We paid the additional service charge but felt slightly cheated.
Great food with unusual combinations. Attentive staff who carefully explained menu. Not cheap but food excellent. Nearly £100 for two people having two courses including service charge because of extremely expensive wine (we went for least expensive).
Even though they were busy with Chrismas parties, supremely nice, confident and competent service. (Every member of staff knew all about the food.) Food excellent, imaginative modern British and not overwhelmingly heavy.
Quirky bar with good atmosphere but pricey for the location.
Although there is nothing else around
Service was very good, attentive and prompt. I found the food very expensive and very small portions for the main course, you have to order sides. Wine is also expensive.
Tough beef (rare isn’t the same as having to hack at it and chew forcefully) and had to request steak knife! Beef was given more cooking time after I was asked if it was ok. Really good stonebass though. Great sorbet (ginger and pear). Tiny starter but tasty.