Read what people think about The Lambley Village Kitchen! All reviews are written by verified Quandoo diners.
ants crawling all over window sill. portion size for one child very small. other child's meal huge! waiter and waitress too busy chatting and kissing to pay attention to customers.
Very disappointing Sunday beef roast. Beef was as pale as pork and tasted processed and the gravy was thin and tasteless. Risotto was late to the table. Service was slow.
We were looking for a location to celebrate Mothers day. The atmosphere was great, food outstanding and service attentive. We would recomend without hesitation Village Kitchen and will be returning soon.
Very good service, lovely location and tasty meals. I found that the specials however, were quite expensive, but still well cooked and quick service provided.
Table wasn't ready when we arrived which wasn't a big deal but service once seated was pretty bad. Took about an hour for each course to come out. Starters were very good but main courses were all overcooked which makes me feel like it was both front of house and the kitchen which were at fault. Would have loved a dessert but it was half 7 with no sign of any staff (we arrived at 5pm) and our young son was getting tired. Ended up paying at the bar so we could leave. Disappointing as not up to usual standard here.
Great food & prompt courteous service. The ability to choose extra large portions an advantage. Additional deserts would be welcomed. An enjoyable Sunday lunch. Thank you.
Reasonable food but nothing special. Average price but service a little slow at times had to ask for additional drinks and for desert menu. Pleasant staff
Friendly service. It was loud on the night - Friday night. Big portion sizes. Nice interior. Food was good. Wine wasn't the best. Average prices. Would recommended nonetheless.
A lovely venue with a varied menu. The food is beautifully prepared and reasonably priced. Some excellent offers. Staff were friendly and able to advise on the menu
This is a good place to meet. However on this occasion, we had three starters, three main courses and one dessert, and all of the meals were only luke warm. For the price charged, we all thought more imaginative servings of vegetables would be more appropriate than simply frozen peas.