Buffalo is two steps from everything -- the Cutty Sark, the Maritime Museum, Greenwich Pier, Greenwich Park, the train station and even the foot tunnel – which makes it convenient to just about everywhere.
There are also brilliant burgers, steaks and grills and every cocktail you’d ever want, lots available by the pitcher.
The "Half rack of the bone baby pork ribs, roasted in our famous smoked honey BBQ sauce served with coleslaw" had no coleslaw, food was generally ok but nothing special.
Food was very nice abd severed in good time even though they were completely packed. The staff were very friendly and helpful
Great food and service
Made for a great evening
Thanks also for making my daughter feel special on her birthday
Post half marathon re-fuel for my daughter. Nice cocktail and wine, food and service was good.
Great food, good service. Great cocktails. What more do you need
Really nice place where you can taste mexican food, that is really good.
The first floor is a little bit too cold for a restaurant. The drinks are too expensive in my opinion.
The food was freshly prepared & huge portions served- which was very good value. Service was excellent and will definitely be back.
Had booked table but traffic meant running late. Phoned and no problem holding table. Taken quickly to table and drinks and food orders done in quick and friendly fashion. Piping hot food came and chicken burrito and chicken enchilada were both tasty and good size portions. Asked for bill and came and was paid swiftly. We were going to O2 and needed a quick turnround which we got. Would definitely go back again and spend a more leisurely meal time. Owner was nice and whole ambiance was pleasant and a very good experience. Well done to all at the Buffalo.
Welcome was from a couple of staff standing in the doorway, who were obviously quite surprised to see us. I always feel uncomfortable about restaurants where the staff are standing in the doorway or the street looking forlorn.
Our food was a distant and inauthentic take on Tex-Mex food. Lots more "vegetable stew" in things than I would expect, such as: Nachos, Tacos and Enchiladas. (To be honest, I don't expect ANY vegetable stew in Mexican food).
I'm guessing this was "vegetarian chilli", but wasn't a welcome addition, nor particularly nice - it included baby corn, potatoes and courgettes! Lots of the food appeared to have been microwaved, being steaming hot in some places and refrigerator cold in others.
The staff were mostly pleasant and helpful, but there was at least one member of staff who was so slow and miserable that it increased the generally slightly uncomfortable feeling I had about the place.
Overall, the restaurant has the feeling of a place that some people have started in a tourist hotspot to make money, as opposed to a place where people are passionate about food and service.
I'm sorry to say I don't think we'll be going back, and I can't recommend it to you either.