Saturday, July 19, 2008

The Prince Bonaparte, Westbourne Grove

The Prince Bonaparte was the venue for another Friday lunch with my work colleagues. We chose a table and ordered at the bar. The staff were very friendly and smily, if a little scatty (forgot a couple of drinks and had to ask us to repeat a couple of orders).

The food this time was even better than the last. I had a club sandwich and chips which was beautifully done - toasted brown bread with generous smoked bacon and grilled chicken, lettuce and really fresh and flavoursome beef tomato. Everyone else had a burger - some the larger 10oz and some the 80z but everyone was more than happy. It's the details in the Bonaparte's food that give it the edge - corn on the cob and a pot of chutney, homemade onion rings and lots of oozing cheese. The Commander could take some tips.

Once course and a soft drink: £8 per head

Value: 8/10

Service: 7/10

Atmosphere: 8/10

Food: 8/10

SCORE: 31/40

The Prince Bonaparte, 80 Chepstow Road, London, W2 5BE. Tel: 020 73139491.

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