Sunday, May 31, 2009

Drapers Reviews

The reviews are coming in and they're all good!

Time Out say "The daily-changing menu is firmly contemporary British, neatly matching the no-nonsense aesthetics of the pub’s refit. Devilled duck hearts on toast, ox tongue and lardy cake all make appearances, though it was the angels on horseback that tickled our fancy." and " The most memorable aspect of the Drapers wasn’t the food or drink, or even the well-proportioned building; it was the impeccable service. The team were well-mannered to a fault, and eager to ensure the equally well-mannered customers were well looked after."

View London says "The Drapers Arms is undoubtedly upmarket; however, it’s conversely unpretentious. With amazingly friendly staff and a relaxed atmosphere, it's worth checking out if you're in the area, providing a welcomed respite from the madcap antics of nearby Upper Street."

Evening Standard "It’s always been a pleasure to be in these handsome rooms. When it comes to the food, the new owners have clearly opted for St-John-goes-to-the-pub but, with Fergus Henderson’s restaurant having just been voted the best in London, who’s complaining?"

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