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Elephant & Castle
Posted by Robert on 04/08/2013
It's nonsense to say that the service at the E&C is anything but unusually attentive and caring. It's a very comfortable place, and the management seems to train its waiters to relate to customers with respect. The food is consistently good.
Posted by Ande on 08/03/2011
Been here twice for lunch recently. The food and service were very nice.
Posted by beva on 05/21/2010
Stick to the burgers and fries, a good drinking and meeting spot, but a recent meal brought a bad salad, not fresh, not good.
Posted by Sammy on 03/04/2009
This place sucked - The food was good but the service was horrendous. First of all, a place that claims to be "Irish" should have beer selections that aren't all German or Belgium. I think the only two beer choices were Heineken and Amstel. Also, the tables are literally on top of each other and the clientele was rude, snobby, foreign and not particular attractive for such a "chic" spot.
Posted by Carol on 02/14/2009
we come here for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner and it's always great. love the simple and delicious food and the specials are always worth a try. the service is very friendly and today they gave out roses for Valentine's!
Posted by O.P. on 07/15/2008
I made the mistake of going to Elephant & Castle with a few girlfriends. The place lets you bring in your own wine, so we did, and got a bit talkative. The food was good and the prices great. But this is more of a quiet-dinner place, not good for catching up with a group of people.
Posted by Richard on 01/26/2008
I've eaten here only occasionally, but every meal has been a pleasure. The comment by Frank Torte is plainly deceptive. The fact is that on weekends they don't offer the regular breakfast menu, only the brunch menu, so the only French toast is with eggs Benedict and apples. That's $12.50, and reasonably priced given all that. You can ask them to leave off the eggs Benedict and apples, but it's still $12.50. That makes it seem expensive, since their weekday breakfast menu has French toast for $6.75, but I can assure you that in this town I've paid more than $12.50 for plain French toast with no sides. (That was at the Park Ave Cafe, and damned good, but still.) This morning I had the Greenwich omelette (hey, I don't eat a lot of omelettes, but this was one of the best I've ever had) while my wife had scrambled eggs and bacon. She thinks they must get better eggs, or something, because these were just plain better.