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Great Danish fare to be found here. Loads of good reviews about Puk and the food and it's all true. Was here in July and we sat outside without reservations needed so perhaps we were lucky on the Monday night at 8.30pm. Followed the recommendations of many and had the salmon baked in mash potato and served on a plank. The herb butter on the mash was delicious and everything worked well. The other main of breaded veal served with fried potatoes, peas and gravy was equally moreish and yummy. Loved the rich gravy. Was here the next day for lunch and again managed to get a table for lunch without reservations. The Danish open sandwiches served at lunch time are very good. I'd recommend the beef, fried egg and fried onions sandwich. Puk is definitely a place to try the local fare. Service was fine and portions are generous. Must visit.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
They offer Mexican burritos, quesadillas and sandwiches but what you really want to go for is the baked cheese cake which is absolutely delightful and you get to choose from four fruit "toppings" which is served on the side. Together they form a truly divine combination. My favourite is the apple cinnamon with chilli.
Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
Just came in for a shake and the coconut shake was thick and coconutty. That suggests to me that I shall return for the pinata colada hard shake!
Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Had the chicken tray which consisted of 1/2 grilled chicken, 3 pieces fried chicken, coleslaw, dirty rice, onion rings and beans. Great crispy fried chicken even at 2pm on a Wednesday afternoon. Coleslaw is spot on. Better than many other places that serve it. The fried chicken is the best of the lot. Better than the grille chicken. Oh, got to try the deep fried Mars Bar. Very baddd but so good to have.
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Delighted with my fish & chips. Chips was fried with beef dripping, crunchy and fresh but not super hot when served. Tartare sauce was light and flavourful. It wasn't too sharp, just great with the chips. Best I've had in London for a long while. While I wouldn't say the mushy peas was a let down, it didn't feel like it was freshly prepared and it needed something extra to it.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Dinner at Heston in the Mandarin Oriental was a nice dining experience. Some reviewers have mentioned it as the best dining experience in London. I will disagree on this as a certain Notting Hill restaurant easily out does it at from the bread to the starter and mains. The menu is unique and derived from Olde English recipes. Quite Heston. The kitchen is visible from the dining area which is quite entertaining to observe. The starters of dressed snails and frogs legs savoury porridge were something adventurous to try. Whilst they were good, visually stunning and cooked to perfection, I felt the dished needed tweaking further. Not everything worked together as they should in both starters. Certainly the breaded frogs legs didn't seem to add to the well put together savour porridge. The dressed snails were certainly a well dressed salad. Snails are generally unassuming so they themselves were not dressed so well and the beetroot triumphed over them unfortunately. The mains of spiced pigeon and roast quail were better. Pigeon was cooked pink. While not to some people's taste, it should be the way as the meat was delicately pink and fleshy with a deep flavour to it, complemented with a good stock jus. The roasted quail, also cooked to perfection and is really a very tasty game meat that isn't gamey. The vegetables here, cabbage were slightly over seasoned and quite over powering the quail if eaten together. If there is one dish to recommend would be the stunning tipsy cake for dessert. Best shared a bit is a baked brioche soaked in brandy. It wasn't overly powerful on alcohol thankfully. It takes 40m to prepare and they do warn you as such. Served with a slice of caramelised pineapple done over a rotisserie, this worked well together as the sweet acidic pineapple cut through the sweeter tipsy cake. It was a dreamy tipsy affair without the inebriation.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
First for me here after trying a few burger places in London. Menu is basic so you don't have to spend a lot of time choosing which can be a good thing. Burgers are not outlandish but very moreish and lovely. Simple but lovingly done is how I would describe it. I would come back here because I love shakes and found the salted caramel shake unusual and highly appreciated. The hotel wings are not for me as I would prefer hot and sticky rather than hot and wet!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago