It's pretty hard not to like this funky brasserie.
it’s as proper a brasserie as you’ll find – a sort of younger and trendier Wolseley.
Such a place for casual ambiance and an escape from soulless Oxford Street
But the arrival of the food makes us crash like a pair of over-Smartied toddlers.
Central London needs more of these
So, Riding House Café…sadly, food-wise, you were quite underwhelming.
The atmosphere at RHC is its greatest asset. I felt looked after, well-informed and relaxed.
That the ambiance possesses all the sass of the modern London all day diner, its a shame the food doesn’t come imbued with the same pizzazz.
Fish and chips from the pub menu was a smallish piece of pollack in a firm carapace, balanced on some firm chips; the mushy peas promised on the menu didn't arrive
there’s simply no excuse for this sort of half-cocked, shoddy cynicism.