REVIEWS - BRITISH RESTAURANTS
PIPE OF PORT - Traditional British
My boyfriend and I went to the Pipe of Port last week, we were told they had a great selection of pies and wine. Between the two of us we tried both the tomato, vegetable, lentil and bean pie, also the chicken and chestnut pie with dauphhinios potatoes. The pies came out looking HUGE, much to our delight. Not only were the portions sizes large but the food was delicious and the service was great. The large variety of wines available is also a massive pro. They have a more informal bar type area as well as the sit down restaurant.
We will definately going back here, both to continue making my way through their wine menu and for another pie. - April 2019
AFFINITY 1777 Traditional British
The company was formed by Husband and Wife - Richard & Gill that had worked for many years together catering in both restaurant and function / event hospitality and were known for their skills and especially - excellent customer service. They thought it was time to go it alone and spend more time enjoying the type of food and service they do best. MAY 22018
ALEBRO - Traditional British
The menu is good, the food is well portioned and executed very competently. Good soft vibe music, attentive helpful friendly staff. I had the scallops to start and their special of fillet mignon with daulphinoise potatoes with a side order of vegetables. Both were incredible.
SHOEBURYNESS HOTEL - Traditional British
Came for Sunday Lunch. Fresh ingredients, well cooked, well presented, fantastic flavours, wonderful gravy, clean tidy dining room, well mannered, well turned out staff. Plenty of food on the plate. Great service
Steak and burger night. amazing food with fantastic service. the setting is warm and inviting.
ROSLIN HOTEL, Southend
The staff are all great, especially the breakfast staff. The breakfast is perfectly cooked, crispy bacon, runny eggs and well cooked sausages as well as all the usual cereals, fruit, yoghurts etc. At 11am we had drinks on the terrace, lunch was booked for 12.30 and you could have a choice of 2 courses from the set menu or pay a supplement from the main menu. Lunch was very good and the service was excellent. The cocktail list is wonderful too and we shared a jug of Sangria for £20
AFTERNOON TEA - Such a treat. The delicate and delicious food was faultless. The Roslin catered for gluten free and vegetarian options with skill, without making us feel like problem customers. The staff were both professional and friendly. Presentation superb