Maggie Jones's

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With its hotchpotch of trinkets, high-backed antique pews, wicker baskets, dried flowers and dripping candles in wine bottles, redoubtable Maggie Jones’s looks like a set from a Richard Curtis film – although the food “feels like it predates Four Weddings and a Funeral”. Appropriately, the kitchen plays it straight, and the cooking is old-school British to the core – think asparagus with vinaigrette, steak and kidney pie or stuffed roast chicken with bread sauce. Fish fans might go for grilled salmon with hollandaise and there’s game in season too, while old-fashioned desserts could feature Cambridge burnt cream, apple crumble or bread-and-butter pudding. French house wine is served from a magnum, and diners are merely charged for what they drink – a cute touch. Added to that, Maggie’s “friendly prices”, set deals and easy-going charms ensure regular full houses.

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Cuisines
British
Ambience
Buzzy, Cosy, Fun, Traditional
People
Child friendly, Romantic, Special occasions, Special occasions
Other Features
Dog friendly

Location for Maggie Jones's

6 Old Court Place, London, W8 4PL

Opening Times of Maggie Jones's

Mon-Sun 12N-3pm 6-11pm (Sun -10.30pm)

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27 July 2011

We've lived here for 2 years and have only just discovered Maggie Jones. Excellent food and lovely atmosphere – highly recommend it!

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03 March 2011

Go for the lunch menu Thats value for money Escape the hoards of shoppers on Ken High Street and duck into this nook and cranny of a place. Perfect for spies and/or affairs. The service is fab and accomodating but there's no denying the touch of yesteryear about this place. It feels like a coaching inn place my parents used to take us to for a ‘fancy meal out’ Lunch menu offers soup and a salad for £10. French onion soup was warming and tasty and highly calorific with the melted cheese toastie on top. The chicken and avocado salad scrimped on neither ingredient. Seemed to be lots of tourists on the day we visited or maybe just ex-pat europeans who seem to have taken over most of W8/W11

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10 January 2011

Great atmosphere, service and food. This is a very friendly restaurant and they couldn't do enough to make sure we were comfortable and very well fed. For such a large 3 course lunch I'm amazed at how low the bill was. I'm certainly going again.

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13 October 2010

A great place full romance, originality and charm. Not similar to anything else in London other than its sibling La Poule au Pot on the Chelsea / Pimlico boarder. The food is hearty and well executed and the service and atmosphere is spot on. It is not cheap by any standards, but it is a place which is not about value. It is about experience and taking one's time.

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29 September 2010

Maggie Jones is absolutely my favourite restaurant. I have probably eaten there at least 30 times, and had countless birthdays/romantic dinners there. I love the food – which is classic British/European – and always delicious. I love everything from vegetables in vinaigrette, baskets of fresh squidgy bread, the carafs of house wine to the way the coffee is served in mismatched household china, accompanied by huge jugs of milk and bowls of crystallized sugar. The decor is what gives the restaurant character. I personally love the old wallpaper and baskets of dried flowers along with the bass pots and pans that hang from the ceiling. Yes, it's form an era. It feels very 1950s, and this is what sets itself aside from the other restaurants. I especially love to sit in the booths and have dinner by candlelight. It feels private and romantic. The service is laid back. It's where you go with hours to spare in the evening it is not somewhere you would want to go for a quick meal anyway! and the servers are always very welcoming and polite, not overly attentive – but that suits me anyway. It isn't cheap but the portions are enormous, i often share a main main with side orders. Definitely i place i would recommend going!

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