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Customer reviews for J Sheekey's, Leicester Square

J Sheekey's

28-32 St. Martin's Court, London

4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews
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4 out of 5
Margaret Silver
Thursday, October 12, 2006

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

Just reviewing the attitude of the Manager upon hearing my complaint.
Only one of two fillets of red mullet had an unpleasant aftertaste which was hard
to pinpoint at the time, but I felt was important to discuss. Was it off, old, bad, tainted?
The accompanying artichoke and sunblush tomato was delicious. I was with
three friends, two regulars at Sheekeys, one of whom tasted the offensive fillet and agreed that it should be pointed out.
I was told by the Manager (I assume)that the fillet was perfectly o.k.- he and the chef had tried it and found it fine. I didn't go there to spend nearly 300 to find fault and spoil our
evening. I love fish and seafood and expected only the very best at Sheekeys.
The Manager cowed me with his aggressive and bullying attitude. Such a shame, as it was he
who spoiled the evening, rather than the piece of fish being off.
4 out of 5
Friday, January 21, 2005

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

mmmmmh the calamari risotto!!! Love j.sheekey everytime! Nice service, great food, good prices for the quality. I recommend, with friends or even for a romantic meal.
5 out of 5
Monday, October 13, 2003

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

A celebratory meal at J. Sheekey's was every bit as good as the restaurant is cracked up to be. A series of oak-panelled rooms in theatreland, bedecked with signed photographs of the many stage stars who had eaten there over the years. Excellent, attentive service, and no silly dress policy or sniffiness over our deciding on beer rather than wine, and sharing a dessert. We enjoyed (between three of us) oysters, tiger prawns and linguine allla vongole, followed by grilled squid, seared tuna, and fish pie, and iced berries in a warm chocolate sauce. Apart from slightly rubbery squid, uniformly excellent, and - at 32 a head - really pretty good value, for one of the top five restaurants in London.