I thought restaurants like this were a thing of the past. Missable host / manager which in turn sets the tone for the staff. A menu that more than tips its hat to the 1980's, not unpleasant tasting but not overly good. Over priced and...More
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Went for a late lunch after visiting my father in law at the Royal Marsden Hospital which is almost opposite, so very handy. The restaurant itself has a very traditional English feel to it. We enjoyed Smoked haddock soufflé & grilled prawns/Gambas for starters with...More
Visited here last Saturday night. Booked a table no problem and the restaurant wasn't too busy. We got a nice table. The waiting staff were friendly. Menu was mid-range pricing. The English bubbles were a great drink. The starter choices were a bit strange and...More
We went for their Sunday Roast. On the plate can 3 slivers of roast beef swimming in gravy that tasted burnt and bitter and also swimming in this gravy were burnt vegetables, potatoes (pretty good) and a pop-over that by the time it came to...More
In London restaurants come and go depending on fashion, trends or management skills. PJ is one of the few still successfully in business after 25+ years and still providing high standards of food and service. Solid reputation, great ambience and excellent menu. Wide choice of...More
I can not wait to cameback to have my benedict eggs in Pj´s, i love these restaurant spetially for brunch, the service is very good, and the atmosfere is incredible! I love it!
I reserved a table online for my friends birthday. The manager welcomed us and gave us nice table by the window! The waitress was very friendly. Good knowledge for food and wine. We followed her recommendation and no regrets!!! Food was absolutely fabulous and delicious!...More