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Taking the place of DeVille, Reform Social & Grill has brought some added Britishness to the Mandeville Hotel. Out go the pinks, purples and padded walls, and in come chunky red banquettes,
dark wood floors and copper-coloured walls. The masculine feel is also mirrored in the all-day menu, with hearty, uncomplicated dishes showing off their provenance – witness hanger steak with
Herefordshire snails or whole roast Cornish Red chicken with game chips and bread sauce. Some dishes can underwhelm (our lamb cutlets Reform were utterly tasteless), but the kitchen acquits itself
well when it comes to a pheasant Scotch egg with mayo, nostalgic Bakewell pudding with extra-thick custard and a dainty chocolate pot with salted caramel. The wine list is well worth a look, Sunday
brunch is an appetising prospect, and grazers can order from an all-day bar snack menu.
Sometimes you don’t want a chef to have spent hours coiffing the food on your plate into a work of art that quite frankly tastes mediocre. Neither do you want the poor excuse for food sold at most gastropubs, even the good ones. Sadly these offerings are aplenty and it was therefore a refreshing change to eat at Reform Social and Grill, a restaurant housed within The Mandeville Hotel Marylebone, that aims to bring diners a quintessentially British dining experience...
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With Decor inspired by old British gentlemen’s clubs, this it does subtly but well with leather banquettes and traditional colours. The bar is large, grand and impressive, what you would hope to see in an upmarket hotel bar. Seating wasn’t great, a choice of slouchy sofas or deep curved back chairs made having an upright conversation quite difficult. A separate dining area looked much more appealing, and the grill menu tempting, but on this occasion I was here for drinks only...
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Located on the corner of Mandeville Place and Hinde Street, Reform Social and Grill is attached to the Mandeville Hotel and it's suitably understated. I'd been invited to try out the house cheeseburger and the lobster burger - however my walk from Bond Street station took me past Patty & Bun on James Street and I was sorely tempted to sack it off and grab an Ari Gold instead, but the sub-zero temperatures and queues rolling out the door and down the street kept me on track to Reform Social...
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Nothing says classy and girly than afternoon tea in town and my choice of venue was the Reform Social & Grill in The Mandeville Hotel, London. Reform Social and Grill brings a quintessentially British experience to the Mandeville Hotel. Taking inspiration from classic British gentlemen’s clubs, Reform Social and Grill offers an informal yet sophisticated experience with quality at the fore...
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