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Fancy amazing service, delicious food and great ambiance? Pull up a chair at Simpson’s in the Strand, the former ‘home of chess’, and allow the waiters to pamper you for an evening of great food and spoon lickin’ pudding.
The menu is varied but the highlight is their Roast Rib of Scottish Beef (aged 28 days) that arrives on the silver trolley.
But while you are checking out the menu, a waiter will come with a warm basket of bread and offer you a choice of bread – warm, moist and delicious.
And then out arrives the silver trolley with that beautiful roast carved at table.
Yorkshire pudding and horseradish is offered as well as a hearty serving of gravy.
And a separate plate of roast potatoes and Savoy cabbage will shortly follow to compliment your meal. You’ll be wishing you ate less at luncheon. 🙂
O but do save room for pudding!! If I could, I would go back just for pudding — it is truly spoon lickin’ perfection. Yum, Yum.
My mum, dad and I opted for a pudding sampler (for 2) and were not disappointed. It was perfection.
Our favourite was their Simpson’s Treacle Pudding with Vanilla Custard. If I was allowed — I would have licked the plate — so scrumptious.
Now that I have hopefully made your mouth water, go and make reservations! You will not regret a visit. Yum Yum. And do ask your waiter about the history of the building.