My favourite restaurant in town! Great for a star spot too. Simple English fare but in a beautiful setting.
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The meal was ok but the room was the star. We had a couple of very average schnitzels - a bit on the overcooked side. I had started with snails, which I usually order if they are on the menu. These tasted very good but,...More
Considering the prices that one is expected to pay, the food in comparison to other restaurants of similar stature was relatively average. The veal schnitzel was bland at best, and I must say I've had far more succulent, flavoursome versions in small family run restaurants...More
The place are excellent The staff in the interns are friendly But the staff serving are not even smiling I ordered eggs benedict with spinach and other one with salmon but they brought me Ham by mistake and changed it The food was excellent
The wolsley was my favourite restaurant in London, I have to say last night I was a bit disappointed. Doorman excellent, front of house a bit rude not very welcoming no smiles just a muttering . We have been half a dozen times so I...More
Where do you start. Was it the other customers around us who also looked quite unimpressed with the whole thing. Watched the service staff chatting and not looking after guests, even witnessed one member of staff not go near a customer for a whole hour...More
I would like to give this restaurant 5* but whilst the food was very good and we were warmly welcomed on entry, the duty manager at 7pm on a Sunday exuded an unpleasant arrogance. The restaurant has a well deserved reputation but, on their own...More
I enjoyed an afternoon tea with my mother in a cold friday afternoon. I got a very delicate jasmine tea with a choice of scones, strawberry jam, sandwiches and desserts. The place is luxurious and staff very kind. You have to book on time to...More
And we noticed this is listed as one of the top 10 in London. We went without a reservation and were seated quickly, service was great, egg dishes were runny and undercooked, other items were fine. Moderately expensive, certainly not the number 2 spot we...More
The Wolseley has become a classic institution. We eat here once every time we stay in London and it never disappoints. Nice service, a mix of tourists and regulars.