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All the staff at 1884 are so polite, attentive and very professional, the food is beautifully presented and delicious and you.can select fine wines, champers or.try an excellent cocktail. The atmosphere is pleasant and the decor is classic with lovely chandeliers, there is also some seating outside for those occasional warm summer eveningschool. There is also a separate bar area where you can sit and have drink before you dine or after and the staff are happy to ring for a taxi when are ready. Some would say it is a bit pricey but I wanted the best as a treat for wife on the.occasion of her Seventieth Birthday and we were not disappointed, I.would highly recommend 1884 as a top class City restaurant as we usually go to country establishments in some of the Villages that surround Hull.
Excellent food and service as usual. Gorgeous setting on the Marina, giving you the option to sit outside and admire the amazing views. A clear favourite.
Amazing cooked food served by fantastic people, this restaurant is simply the best in Hull, the food, the decor & the area just makes you simply fall in love with 1884
Another Lovely dining experience at 1884...Only one complaint although we couldn't fault the food it was delicious as it always is they have changed the menu and we did miss the set lunchtime menu.
The food and wines were lovely, as we have come to expect from 1884 Dock Street Kitchen and the service was good. We all chose from the Chef's Selection and all our party really enjoyed their dishes. However, it was very diffcult to have much conversation as there was live music in the form of a singer, guitar and very loud amplifier for nearly an hour during our visit. Although we were seated behind the singer and the amplifier, it was still very difficult to converse, which rather spoilt the occasion. We were thankful not to be in front of the amplifier where the volume was even greater. When we visit 1884 Dock Street Kitchen we are looking for beautifully presented and imaginatively cooked food and to be able to enjoy the company of those we go with. We do not need, and do not wish to have, live musical entertainment, no matter how good the performer may be. In future will will not book to go on any evening when live music is planned.
The ambiance is both welcoming, bustling but also intimate. The staff make you feel they are just there for you and every visit is special. Our Sunday lunch was a lovely affair, we had just taken my son and his fiance to The Deep and were relaxed and happy. The meal was absolutely wonderful - varied, Yorkshire, interesting and beautifully cooked and served. We all had different meals and they were all great. For a change I had cheese for dessert - what a selection, it was hard to choose but delicious when I did. I have eaten at 1884 Dock Street Kitchen quite a few times and have never been disappointed. My favourite was the chocolate and violet mousse I had last time. Well worth a visit, one of the best restaurants and I had visited quite a few!
Simply, I have eaten at most restaurants in Hull over the past years and no one beats 1884 Dock Street Kitchen. The food is outstanding, full of complimentary flavours and a pleasure for my taste buds. All the fish dishes myself and my partner have tried are nothing short of true perfection and presentation is always visually amazing. The restaurant is light, airy, beautifully designed, the atmosphere is always really welcoming and the staff are true professionals. This restaurant is genuine Michelin star quality and we are looking forward to seeing the new menu in March 2016. 10 out of 10 in every way and we are very very happy customers.
Service was excellent. We arrived early and asked if we wanted to take a seat in the bar area or go straight through to the table, we prompted for a predrink before the meal. The wine menu arrived along with the a la carte and market menu. The wine menu was extensive and separated into white, red and rose wine by region. We opted for a bottle of 2013 Chateauneuf du pape which tasted incredible. As alwasy, a pre-meal amuse bouche of watercress and potato soup came along with homemade ale bread. For starter my partner ordered orange and dill cured salmon, and i had Goat's chesse. Both plates were immaculately presented and tasted divine. After polishing off the first bottle of red wine, we prompted for a second in the form of a Quinto de Castro Duoro from Portugal which was rich in flavour yet not too strong to overwhelm the food. For main course i chose the spring vegetable, which contained rosti, charred leeks, and other season vegetables, my partnetr ordered the sea trout, both of which again tasted very nice and were presented very well. A cofee and a liquer coffee finished off what was a very enjoyable meal. Would definitely return. Total price £185.00
1884 was always a place we have wanted to visit but for one reason or another we kept putting it off. Our table was ordered for 6 so we arrived 10 minutes early and found the place still shut and closed. We worried we had got the wrong place but no, literally two minutes to 6 the lights came on and the barriers opened to expose 1884. We was placed at a booth which was nice, we gave our orders and was brought and complimentary appetiser. For starters I had the Mozzarella and my husband had the pigeon. Mains where the Hake with Lemon Mash for myself and my husband had Chicken with minted peas. Dessert we opted for the Lemon & black pepper Meringue and my husband had the White chocolate dessert. Over all we both agreed our experience was wonderful. Staff was attentive but not too in your face. After our meal staff left me and my husband to just chat while we had our after dinner coffee's. We didn't feel like we was being rushed out to make way for another cover. It's not very often my husband suggests we go somewhere twice but he already mentioned coming back.
Lovely place. Me and my husband took my mum for dinner, we had starters of scallops , rabbit and I had 6 very delish oysters. The mains were a steak, chicken and fish and we also had 1 superb cherry bakewell cocktail, 1 prosecco 2 glasses of wine and 1 pudding which came to £192 which is a tad pricey for some but we did opt for some of their best dishes, ate well and you could not fault the quality of the food, the service or the setting so you do get what you pay for. I love cocktails, I make them in my home bar and would never usually entertain one that has egg white on the list but oh my, it was the best cocktail I have ever had, whoever mixes their drinks really has it nailed. My mum drinks cheap grape varieties of wine and verges on liking pudding wine and the staff really tried to get her something to her palet and although they didn't have anything nasty enough in their cellar they tried and gave her a taste and get 20/10 for trying to accommodate her. Would totally eat here next time in Hull