Arthurish's Qype reviews
6 Great Portland Street, West End, London W1W 8QL
Arthurish wrote on 10 August 2012Been there a couple of times and found the staff very helpful. They suggested a different product to the one I was thought was correct and it was a little bit cheaper. I have no problems shopping there and probably will do again.
13 Wells Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 3PA
Arthurish wrote on 24 July 2012Here is a poem I have written about The Champion Pub:
The Champion's an unique pub
At least it is to me
The windows are pure stained glass
For those inside to see
The fittings are made of dark wood
The seats are of dark leather
It give out an air of welcomness
Especially in bad weather
The drinks are not the common sort
Sold in any pub
But ones that Sam Smith brew themselves
It's like a special Club
So if you're looking for a place
That offers a different range
Come into the Champion
I'm sure you'll love the change
Charlotte Street, Camden, London WC1
Arthurish wrote on 23 September 2011
I have entered this place as I needed a venue for the following festival.
Camden Green Travel Festival.
The area of Fitzrovia, especially Charlotte Street has a lot of history, which I will not attempt to write here.
Check the events list for 24th September.
23 RATHBONE PLACE, London W1T 1HZ
58 Oxford Street, London W1D 1BH
Arthurish wrote on 3 March 2011 (updated on 22 March 2011)
Just popped in to get a few Sushi snacks to eat along the way. Had 2 salmon & rice ones and 2 eel ones, the eel ones tasted great. Must be made specially for Londoners, now if only they could do pie, mash & liquer sushi, it would be wonderful. Though can you get fish mash?
32 Goodge Street, London W1T 2QJ
Arthurish wrote on 3 March 2011
Not just a take away, it does a buffet to eat in. All you can eat for £5 at lunch time and the same deal for £7 in the evening, although the choice is much greater then. I was a bit unsure of the deal when I visited, so didn't eat as much as I though I could. Still I can always go back again. The staff were vere friendly. Used chop sticks again, I'm getting better at it.
8 Warren Street, Marylebone, London W1T 5LD
Arthurish wrote on 22 February 2010
Been a while since I last visited, here is my experience. I went in on a Monday lunch time, it wasn't too busy so I was 3rd in the queue for ordering. It turned out I just about managed to make it 6th. There was one staff member behind the bar when I got in, so I waited, oops slipped behind in the queue, another staff member went behind the bar and I was demoted to 5th, then 6th, as she served served another customer. The original staff member seemed to be putting glasses into the dishwasher. When she actually saw me, she asked who's next, I said "me at last!" blank expression from her. When she asked for the money, I thought i'd be sarcastic and said, "wouldn't you like to ask someone else first?" Blank look again. My rating has gone down. Had to rush my pint as I had to get back to work.
102 New Cavendish Street, Marylebone, London W1W 6XW
Arthurish wrote on 30 January 2010
A corner pub close to the top part of Regent Street. Modern looking outside has wood panels inside. Subdued lighting, suitable for romantic liasons, if the seats were a bit more comfortable. Piped music not too loud. Real ale sold, Pride and TEA. Credit cards accepted.