Date: Sunday 28th April, 2013
Who was there: Claire, Justin, Joe, Heather, Oscar, Angel & Ellen.
As Oscar was headed back to work in Africa today, we chose somewhere en-route. Ellen and Angel had been here before a concert at the Royal Albert Hall a couple of years ago and remembered it was tucked away in a Kensington Mews.
Probably not the most attentive of waiters - we were initially unsure if we had a waiter or if we had to order from the bar, as we sat for about 30 mins before someone came over, and we had to ask for the bill twice.
The place was packed, and had a really nice atmosphere, seemed like it was full of local people, rather than tourists, which considering the area was a good thing.
We ordered the beef, nut roast and pork. The beef was disapointing as it was really just a more expensive version of the steak on the menu - with added yorkshires and trimmings. It was nice, but it was really just a steak and trimmings - and not enough gravy.
The nut roast was really tasty, so much so that the steak eaters had wished they had gone veggie. Potatoes were crispy outside and fluffy inside - just the way we like them.
Heather and Justin had ice cream and Angel had the Dark Chocolate Brownie with ice cream - lovely and soft in the centre.
Mains: £14 for the Beef, £12.25 for the Pork and £12.25 for the Nut Roast.
Website: The Queens Arms