Harden's survey result
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A “sustained and noticeable improvement” continues to be noted at this high street stalwart, presided over by “the affable Alonso”; “a longstanding fixture in the culinary desert that is the N London/Herts borderlands”, nowadays it’s “a proper restaurant” offering “especially good fish dishes” – and “the fact that the place is packed nightly is testament to its success”.
The “ever-cheerful Italian owner” of this “stalwart of reliability” has “upped the game considerably” in recent times, “whilst still keeping things good value and informal”; it remains “noisy not cosy”, but these days “the telling thing is how even mid-week the place is packed”.
“In the culinary desert that is the Herts borderlands”, this “longstanding stalwart” is the “best restaurant for miles around”; indeed, fans say that the cooking has undergone a “sustained and noticeable” improvement of late, as witnessed by “the fact that it’s packed nightly”.
“A gem of a place in a culinary desert”; “OK, it wouldn’t turn heads in the West End”, but this “totally reliable” spot has “upped its game in terms of presentation and adventure” of late, and is “very reasonably priced” to boot.
30 High St, Bushey, WD23 3HL
12.00 - 14.00, 18.30 - 21.00 Mon - Sat 12.00 - 14.00 Sun.
Last orders: 9 pm, Sun 2 pm