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Dom - Mié 12:00 - 15:00 18:00 - 19:00
Jue 12:00 - 15:00
Good food and decor.Nice seabass, friend liked her halloumi burger, quite quiet for weekend lunch, but snowy weather probably kept people away. Heard this place is good in the evenings.
Food, Service and Ambience overall was very good. A bit disappointed that staff kept serving an extremely drunk lady. This lady was clearly not coherent yet she was not spoken to and taken care off. That spoilt the setting a little bit other than that a firm 4 stars.
Oysters were lovely and so was the steak. Be mindful when ordering wine. I chose a savignon blanc not realising it cost £15 per glass rather steep. House wines are available by the glass. If ordering using Gourmet society discount then you must book prior and have this noted to the booking to receive the 50 percent discount Monday to Thursday (food only). Ask for a rable when bookig in the main restaurant. The side tables are too small when ordering food. Usually busy Thursday. Friday and weekends.
The service and food were really disappointing. We ordered steaks and fish. One of the steaks was badly cooked and sent back and then for a second time they sent the same steak out and again cooked badly. The sea bass was offered off the bone but came out on the bone and was not great either. The manager offered us desserts as an apology but the cheesecake was terrible and they forgot our coffees. A 12.5% service was added to the bill, which was ill considered given the poor experience we had been offered.
Usually a great restaurant for fish, this restaurant had a very poor NYE offering.
All of the usual, good items were removed from its menu in favour of a lazy/profit spinning menu aimed at ease for the chef. The steak was of a very low quality and very fatty and the cheese and cauliflower third course was terrible - frankly something from a supermarket would have been better.
Choosing from the fish counter is a delight- unfortunately the restaurant fell down by getting rid of what it does best.
This was a milestone birthday lunch with the godson, taking place in that dead period between Christmas and New Year. The World's End is fun and lively - especially in the evenings and it is good news that the managers seems to have settled into the skin of the landmark old pub properly. However, the good vibe of a fun lunch was somewhat dented by a bill for the steak alone that we had ordered of over £200. It is ordered by the gram but our piece was very, very fatty and cooked blue rather than rare. More guidance and fairer butchery, please.
For the steak connoisseur. The rich and deep flavour of the 180 aged entrecôte carpaccio are absolutely amazing. A brilliant introduction to the full flavours that await you for your main course. Both the cow and the Ox are amazing. Though if choosing, I'd recommend the Ox (buey).... go hungry. Very hungry. Also be prepared for a very punchy bill. The team there are fantastic and very enthusiastic. Enjoy
A true neighborhood gem! Have been a few times and never disappointed.
This a good local restaurant with occasionally more creative dishes. The meat is always of very good quality. Wine list is OK but no more. Some of the smaller wines are too expensive for what they are.
Service is inconsistent, I live round the corner and have been here a dozen times; it is always the same, very attentive when you arrive but by the time you get to desert and it is busy you are ignored unless you call for attention.
Nice enough, will go back but realistically it is a 5 out of 10 at best.
Worlds End was unexpected - beautiful ambiance, small but good menu, and a really nice neighborhood vibe. The chef came out and provided excellent advice on ordering. However, the service was inconsistent and elevator jazz slightly annoying. If they can do something about those two, then we're back for sure!
Very slow and forgetful, albeit attentive and polite, service. Food was good, but pricey. Smallish entrees.
The food is good as is the ambiance but the waitstaff does not pay attention to the order. We ordered starters and main dishes and everything came at the same time despite the fact that we were specific when ordering.
Otherwise it's a great spot.
The beef here is amazing. It is so tender and juicy and a good price. I highly recommend the steaks. The waitstaff was incredibly kind and very attentive. The bar serves amazing cocktails and the bar upstairs has great ambiance.
I did enjoy the meal at world's end!
Definitely nice starters, lovely the window with whole Rib from Spain .
I will recommend the Restaurant to my friends !
Lovely food. I had salmon which was cooked to perfection. Fries with truffle oil were perfect. Lovely place, good service, will definitely come again. Good menu.
A pub with tables. But despite the appearance it produces great food with outstanding friendly service. Highly recommended.
Always enjoy the food there. Fresh cooked and friendly staff.
We sat down for dinner. The table broke. Very awkward as the tables were quite cramped.
We were moved to a poor table by the door where we were in the way of people leaving the bar, who kept knocking into us as they walked past. We then decided to leave before the night was ruined any further. Didn't get to try the food, have heard semi positive things. Service was ok to move us once, but not much reaction to try to accommodate us further.
Worlds end is a great bar with fantastic bartenders, yet I have always gone to other local restaurants for food. I finally decided to give the food a go, yet this was the experience. We walked down to medlar and had a great meal instead.
Really a lovely surprise! Was on a first-ish date and the staff could not have been more accommodating and lovely. The food was superb - the steak tartar was sublime - and when asked for chili sauce, a GORGEOUS Korean-inspired salsa came out which was delicious. So happy it was not more tabasco. Desserts were similarly fabulous - especially for me who is not normally a dessert person - cheesecake was almost like pudding - loved the consistency. My date had the molten chocolate, which he loved.
The only feedback I had was that I would have liked a slightly quieter table, but the layout does not really allow for it...however, would run back to World's End Market!
We went for brunch on Saturday, based on the location and other reviews. The ambiance was nice, we liked the menu, the food was tasty, although a little cool, and it was good value.
All this was spoiled by the staff. There was no manager on duty, as far as we could see, and they took their time to do everything. Despite having nothing else obvious to do, the barman didn't start to make our tea and coffee until 15 mins after the order was taken, and the food took even longer. We watched cooked breakfasts sitting on the counter for at least 10 mins before the waiter decided to deliver them. The group next to us had to ask the kitchen staff to pass over their pastries in the end. This is such a shame. I hope the Worlds End Market can resolve these issues because the place has so much going for it otherwise.
Nothing good. Nothing bad. Good service. Very noise. Extremely noisy. Overpriced. Small portions. Hot spot that will close soon.
Great food and outstanding cocktails. The waiters knew what they were talking about and had some excellent suggestions. The pub has been refurbished but still has a lot of original features. The open kitchen and fresh fish/meat lockers place the emphasis on the food which they delivered on
Good ambience although we were seated on a table by the entrance so got quite chilly at times. The food was good but not abundant, my sole was very small, but quite good. The late night bar upstairs is really cute and great for a drink with friends or for a date. Will be back for sure soon
Second time in a week. I think that said it all. Love this place.
Favourite local to me. Lovely staff and whole new menu for 2017. Love this place.
Short staffed which meant the service was poor. They had also run out of a number of dishes however this was at 10pm. Food as always was outstanding.
Had brunch on a Sunday morning at 10am. Very nice space and light but could have done with a few more people to add a bit more atmosphere. Food good though as was my delicious bloody mary!
A celebration dinner with two of our kids. Two main courses arrived at least 15 minutes before the other two so everything was cold. The waiter couldn't have cared less. The head waitress tried hard and eventually gave us a 50% discount. We were sat in a draft. The wine waiter over filled my glass and (how sad) there wasn't enough left for my husband - we didn't want another bottle so had to pour some of my wine into his. Our lobster was good once it got there but since they only take a few minutes to cook I am at a loss to know why they took so long. The lobster crackers were shocking and we had to ask for finger bowls. Perhaps being on Made In Chelsea has made them overconfident but they seriously need to up their game.
The ambience was great. The food was ok. Cocktails were superb. Will go to the bar next time...
Great for dinner but very average brunch. They ran out of everything and it was barely noon. They couldn't even make soft boiled eggs when we asked for them. So i would definitely not go back there for sunday brunch. But dinner YES. Great place.
I was very satisfied with the menu - the seabass was delicious. However, the experience was somehow ruined by very loud and bad music which didn't fit the overall ambience of the place.
Excellent service, delicious food - would highly recommend.
Great restaurant formed from the original pub, fresh fish on display, good wine list too
Very highly recommended
The service was VERY bad.
Got a bloody mary spilt over me, no offer for a free new one or compensation for that.
Very very slow service. Waited 15 mins to order, over 45 mins for food.
Didn't have our OT reservation booked in when arrived. Although driving had to sit in bar for a while. Fine. Chefs decided they'd sent out our food and threw our order chit. So after 30 mins waiting I complained. 10 minutes later informed our starter order had since run out so we're given three starters we didn't want by way of apology for debacle so far. Good gesture. Famished anyway and not happy. Now about 9.45 having come in at 8.15. Main arrives with a well done steak that should have been medium. Then delivered bill, tried to charge me for starter that wasn't presented, and service charge. Asked for both to be taken off. They gave us a GnT each on the house as well. Tried but not enough am afraid. Just wanted to leave. This place will be good if they sort it out. Would still recommend and hope you don't have same problem.
Good menu choices for a mixed-age family group, with attentive service for mid-afternoon dining. Enjoyed all round.
The restaurant has the potential to be good but fails at the first hurdle with the insanely loud "club" music. The waiters wear earpieces which makes them look like something out of the film "Bodyguard" and which makes it almost impossible for them to hear what customers are saying because of the loud din. My guess is that they need the earpieces to hear each other but this has the effect of alienating everyone else. Being there is more like a trip to a nightclub in Ibiza and far from a place to spend an evening chatting with friends. We asked for the "music" to be turned down three times to no avail. In fact it got louder as the evening went on and the manager explained that it was programmed that way. What a wasted opportunity this place is. Great location and good ingredients but horrible atmosphere.
Lovely friendly staff. We had otsters and prosecco, very good. Quick service.
Bloody marvelous! The food was exquisite, the french waiter most amusing and the chefs truly amazing. What a wonderful night.
I went for brunch and wish I had gone for lunch. The food looked great but our breakfast was really lovely too.