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Customer reviews for Rhodes Twenty Four (24), Bank

Rhodes Twenty Four (24)
Rhodes Twenty Four (24)


24th Floor, Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London

3 out of 5 based on 6 reviews
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1 out of 5
kyfhyuhg
Tuesday, March 31, 2009


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

the service was slow! by the time my food came it was all cold and soggy. and to top it off, the food was absolutely disgusting! I would NOT recommend this restaurant to anyone!!!!!
2 out of 5
kk
Tuesday, March 31, 2009


Food RatingHated the food! Service RatingThe service was okay Ambience RatingDidn't like the ambience

it was great service, kind waiters It didn't take long for the food to come. The food was cold and bland tasting, in my opinion i would not recommend this chef to anyone.
4 out of 5
James
Sunday, November 13, 2005


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

Have dined at this restaurant twice now, and about to return for 3rd time, Must say the food and service is a delight, and second to none, only surprise is dress code is a bit strange, (not any dress code really) people attend in jeans and t shirts some in collar and tie. but other then that a supurb restaurant
4 out of 5
Little One Mango
Saturday, December 04, 2004


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

I was taken to Rhodes 24 when my boyfriend proposed and we had a fantastic time.  The food was wonderful and good value for money.  I had the Lobster & cheese omlette starter, which was amazing and a generous portion with plenty of lobster.  For main course I had the duck with a pasty of chestnut & sage stuffing and roast parsnips which was fantastic, although a side dish of vegetables should have been offered with this.  My boyfriend had the Pork & Apple Faggot for starter and steak with kidney & stilton sausage for main, his meal was lovely but a bit rich in flavour.  The waiter was very helpfull in suggesting wine and a large side serving of mash potato to share!  We both opted for the Jam Roly Poly which was a pudding to share between two.  This was highly recommended!  The Jam Roly Poly was actually 'carved' by the waiter on a plate in front of us and then served with lots of custard - if you like traditional puddings, this is the place to go!  Overall we gave the food quality/service a score of 9/10, we will go again. 

5 out of 5
Jo TC
Friday, August 20, 2004


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

In a word - mmmm!


In more words - we had 'scallops with unctuous creamy mash and mustard sauce' and a 'tower of duck foie gras and artichoke with sweet pepper sauce' to start. Followed by 'duck with mini duck pasty and seville orange gravy' and 'steak with kidney sausage and mushroom cream sauce' and then both languished in the infamous 'Jaffa Cake pudding'.  Everything was sublime, so flavoursome and intense - and then there are the views which compliment the food so well.  I cannot wait to return - I've already chosen the menu for my next visit.  Please do a tasting menu, Gary - there's too much fabulous food to choose from.  

4 out of 5
Ayowa
Monday, November 24, 2003


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

Although billed as British,  I was disappointed the main dishes didn't include the obvious British faves: no sausages & mash and no fish & chips. But the puddings menu lived up to expectation.  The melt-in-the-mouth sensation from the partridge sausage starter was peculiar - the texture was at odds with the masculine-looking meat; the steamed mutton was excellent - perfectly tender and a very generous portion; the jam roly poly is enough for three but you'll want it all to yourself.  Don't be put off the airport-style security checks and the confusing directions to the 24th floor, the views - once you find the restaurant  - make up for that. Rather pricey, but if you love puddings you'll want to go back to try them all.