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Customer reviews for Maggie Jones's Restaurant, High Street Kensington

Maggie Jones's Restaurant

6 Old Court Place, Kensington Church Street, London

4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
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5 out of 5
Monday, July 25, 2005

Food RatingLoved the food! Service RatingLiked the service Ambience RatingLoved the ambience!

12 Members of the Weald of Kent 41 Club dined here on Sunday. 12 remarked 'what a find', all agreed the £15.50 set price menu was 'the dog's b's'. 6 bottles of 'good' wine £78.00. Coffee only £1.50. We will all be back, jointly or severally, if only to be reaquainted with the lovely Christine.
5 out of 5
Laurie Ward
Monday, October 04, 2004

Food RatingLoved the food! Service RatingLoved the service! Ambience RatingLoved the ambience!

I could not be more in love with a restaurant if I tried. The most beautifully intimate and gorgeously romantic place in the World. Divine food and the lovliest staff you could hope for. If I had to make everyone go somewhere at least once it would be here.
It is completely candlelit at night which I think just adds even more to the already beautiful atmosphere.
The saddle of lamb is divine and the house red is dangerously drinkable.
I am leaving the country in November and if I don't get to go back there at least once more I shall be delaying my flight!
4 out of 5
Vic Hord
Saturday, April 10, 2004

Food RatingLiked the food Service RatingThe service was okay Ambience RatingLiked the ambience

Had lunch there today (10/4/04).  The exterior of the place was quite unprepossessing but inside it was very warm, comfortable and welcoming.  The food and ambience were very good the service less so.  I had the sea bream, my friends had steak pie and kedgeree.  The vegetables were hot and excellent.  My only complaints would be with the starter of tomato and (tinned and very salty)anchovy salad and the price of a bottle of London Pride beer which was L4.75 a throw. 
4 out of 5
Wednesday, March 03, 2004

Food RatingLiked the food Service RatingThe service was okay Ambience RatingLiked the ambience

Cramped, dark restaurant over 3 floors (where cramped and dark are good qualities).  The tables vary between intimate booths and large tables suitable for groups.  I was in a booth and could not see anyone else which created a feeling of intimacy (although I could hear the baby crying at the table behind…!)

A doorstep of soft farmhouse loaf arrives shortly after you do and the bone-handled butter knife completes the enticing rustic scene.  Service is brusque yet efficient.  Food is good value gastro-pubby type fare, around the £7.95 mark for a main at lunchtime.  The stew and fish pie hit the spots they were aimed at, the crème brulee was creamy and crunchy in all the right places and the house wine was perfectly swiggable.

4 out of 5
Wednesday, December 04, 2002

Food RatingLiked the food Service RatingLiked the service Ambience RatingThe ambience was okay

Had a good Xmas do there last year with a group of 12 friends. Does feel a bit cramped with the low ceilings - but an excellent night none the less.