The Clayton Crown Hotel, in the heart of Northwest London’s Cricklewood, is home to a number of dining and drinking establishments. When it comes to innovatively curated cuisine, Grill at The Crown is, well, the jewel in The Crown, serving modern British classics focused on grilled meat and fresh fish that are delighting London’s crowds. Located along Cricklewood Broadway, Grill at The Crown boasts an impressive chicken rotisserie alongside grill, earth and sea selections in a relaxing and friendly environment, ideal for any occasion. So why not book a table at this innovative space and let head chef, Stephen Scuffell take you on a culinary journey you won’t forget?
This place has Great food and great service. I would definitely recommend this place. The Crown pub next door was also very friendly and had great music.
We thoroughly enjoyed every course of the festive menu. Great service will highly recommend to others. We could not fault it. Such a good evening.
It is a nice Pub restaurant with good beers and food. Prices are reasonable and quality of service is fine. Will definitely come back next time.
Relaxed athmosphere, Good Food . Satisfactory Service. I would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant for an evening out and for special occasions. Enjoyed the evening.
My steak was not hot and although it was rib eye it was very stringy. It was meant to have potato wedges but I got chips instead. When I asked why they then told me they had run out of potato wedges. The lemon posset was nearly frozen so I had to warm it up with my hands! Finally the coffee was lukewarm. Not a great experience for a birthday celebration.☹️
We were married at this hotel two years previously and when booking the table for us and our family we had informed the hotel that it was an anniversary meal and if they could make a nod to that occasion it would be lovely, I would have been happy to pay extra. Sadly no nod was given to our anniversary at all. Disappointing even more so given that we had our wedding there. It was St. Patrick’s day and sadly we were not informed on booking that this would mean a set menu of only a few dishes. The restaurant when we were seated was empty and very cold. The waitress was lovely and that was probably the only positive we could give from the whole experience. The food from seating took an hour to come out and was ok nothing special and sadly as there was only a choice of two deserts which no one liked and given that we were frozen we ended our night early. It is such a shame as it is such a lovely building, sadly we will not be returning here again for food. The overall experience was very disappointing and ruined what should have been a lovely anniversary meal.
Excellent food, friendly staff, service quite slow in terms of when the food arrived - it took 25 minutes for the starters! Other than that, there was a lot of noise from a wedding party in one of the other rooms, but not much of an atmosphere where we were sitting.
The food was very good however the waiter was either unfamiliar with the menu or did not have as good a grasp of the language as you would expect because we had to explain ourselves several times when we ordered. Also two drinks on the menu did not have the right ingredients so we had to opt for less desired substitutes.
Service was good, though a bit hard to understand the waitress at times. The food was ok..I was really hoping to be impressed but the steaks were just okay....actually a bit undercooked.
Had set meal for 2 and there was plenty to eat. Staff were lovely but given that the restaurant was quiet service could have been better. Food was ok.