AnnieMole's Qype reviews
90 Lambs Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3LZ
AnnieMole wrote on 8 February 2009
Great Italian restaurant and I can only echo the reviews of others here. The portions were very large, the staff remarkably good humoured, especially dealing with large parties of people (I was on a table of 12). The food was served speedily with no problems at all. We had an early sitting, so unfortunately couldn’t take advantage of the piano bar, but I would definitely go back again & settle in for a late night & enjoy the warm atmosphere.
94 Lamb's Conduit Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1N 3LZ
AnnieMole wrote on 28 December 2008
Nice pub that’s great to take out of town friends to if they want to see what a traditional London boozer looks like, as sadly there are few of them around now.
It’s small & cosy and the upstairs room is even smaller and cosier. They stock a good range of Young’s beer, including the very nice Kew Beer, which considering I live in Kew is actually only sold in about two pubs in Kew.
Feels Dickensian and I imagine would be a fantastic place to have a good old fashioned “lock in”.
1 Vernon Place, London WC1A 2EP
AnnieMole wrote on 18 December 2007
I'm always impressed with bar staff who manage to keep their cool during office Xmas parties and serve everyone super speedily. We had a private room in Traffic for our Xmas party this year. From what I can remember of the food, it was well presented (although the parsnips with my Xmas roast were a tad too undercooked for me). I'd love to go back to enjoy the incredibly rich chocolate pudding without having downed copious amounts of alcohol beforehand.
Back to our friendly bar-man - not only did he provide a plethora of mixed orders at high speed, he also chatted pleasantly and gave us all some free house shots at the end of the evening - which in anyone's books is above and beyond the call of duty when you've been dealing with an office party.