Harden's survey result
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“A great little restaurant” in the Georgian Quarter whose “short menu” is “supplemented by a specials board”; a couple of reporters found it a tad “ordinary”, but on most accounts it’s well-rated.
A “small and intimate” Georgian quarter restaurant – “the menu always has something new” and it “never fails” to deliver “fresh and mouth-watering” dishes.
“Intimate fine dining at its best”; situated in the city’s Georgian quarter, a “small and friendly” restaurant praised for its “very interesting” cooking – “look out for the blackboard specials!”.
This “buzzy little place”, in the city’s Georgian Quarters, tontines to win praise for its “well-crafted” cooking, although more sceptical reporters feel “it’s more interesting on the menu than it is on the plate…”
We opened the doors to Puschka in 2001 and since then, we've been building up quite a reputation for good food and good service. Some kind soul described Puschka as "a hidden gem with a warm, welcoming atmosphere". And really, that's what we're all about.
We pride ourselves on using fresh produce, locally sourced where possible and cooked to order – everything on the menu is made in our little kitchen at Puschka. The produce comes fresh to our door each morning and it's on your plate that evening.
Put simply, we love cooking, we love eating and more importantly, we love the way food (and wine) brings friends and family together.