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Long Room is actually very good

 
 
On 10 Oct 2005 at 10:06pm Green Giant wrote:
I went to the Long Room after reading about it in the lewes handbook and was thoroughly impressed and think it's by far the best restaurant in town. I can't believe there's been so much negativity about it on this forum. Not yet tried circa at pellham house. Does anyone know it's its worthwhile?
 
 
On 10 Oct 2005 at 10:07pm Bert-A wrote:
I have heard many good things about Circa although not tried it myself (yet)
It's not cheap, but that's not always the point is it?
 
 
On 11 Oct 2005 at 1:20pm benoires wrote:
I've been to Circa one lunchtime when it was up at westgate. I hated it, they didn't have a veggie option and could only warm up a dish leftover from the previous night. And the head waiter was that creepy looking short bloke.
On the other hand, I chanced upon it in Pelham House last week whilst looking for the comedy club. We stopped for a couple of drinks - it was being run by that scouse tv actress and, frankly, the most beautiful waitress I ever saw in my life.
I hope that helps.
http://observer.guardian.co.uk/life/story/0,6903,660863,00.html describes it, albeit the westgate version.
 
 
On 27 Oct 2005 at 12:58am JACK CARTER wrote:
You haven't heard anything good from me (yet). Nick from the Long Room used to manage up Circa apparently. .. Yet all restaurants are run (usually) by the Head Chef. Someone can try explaining this to me, but I doubt it will make much sense to me or Marc Bolger.
 
 
On 19 Nov 2005 at 3:07am chef wrote:
sorry, my response was censored for swearing, although i did not swear.
 
 
On 19 Nov 2005 at 3:09am chef wrote:
I said, OK to eat, Bad to work.


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