I will go in if they allow dogs!
Went in on Sunday to try out the roast, which was nice enough. Staff were friendly and I actually would go there for a pint, espcially if I wasn't in the mood for the bigger Dairy/Larrik or wanted to avoid whatever sport was on. So a thumb's up from me on most these issues.
For the dog-owners out there, they do let dogs in, we saw at least two on Sunday.
The huge downfall is the price. Its stupidly expensive, but I'd decided to go try it anyway knowing it would be. We had two Sunday roasts, a drink each and shared a desert. They then stuck service on without asking (maybe i'm old fashioned but can't get my head around tipping in a pub) and it all came to £35.
If it had been more towards £25 we'd probably go more often, and that could be their downfall for sure.
We were in there on Saturday night for a pint.
Upsides: Nice room, not crowded, Wadworths 6X
Downsides: Stupidly expensive, being bothered by a drunk bloke who was insisting he looked like Peter Cockroft.
yeah. I went into the Dairy to watch a game after my Sunday Roast, and watching a huge plate of roast beef getting served up to someone which was probably three quarters of the price I thought, hmmm, I think the kitchen here knows its market a little better...
A shame as it'd be a great addition. Suppose the beer is similarly priced so a pint isn't out the question, but a slap up meal is.
Drunkenly I ate at Nando's for the first time in my life last night, though the Soho one, not the Stroud Green one. How we managed to navigate our way into such a shithole with so many decent restaurants around us will probably remain a mystery forever.
Needless to say, I'd rather remortgage and eat a burger in The Noble than go there again.
Good. I don't think you need to have gone to Nando's to know it's a bad thing (I certainly haven't) but happy to have it confirmed, even if it was at your expense.
But Liz, that's exactly the type of attitude that burns the injustice of the Waffle vote in my mind forever. But yes, don't go. Ever.
the noble takes dogs!? Winner in my books. Shame the dog's going back up north this week.
Plus, going with Ewan on the Nandos thing. Tis no good.
I agree its good food, relaxed atmosphere and the staff are friendly too, i'm just not convinced of those prices...
"I quite liked it but I think I wanted to." That's my view too.
The difference between Nando's and KFC is that KFC offers chicken with the colonel's secret recipe whereas Nando's offers chicken. Also despite it being crap chicken, I think Nando's is actually a piece of real chicken, rather than the machine redundant stuff KFC wrap up in that secret recipe.
You mean The Tollington, Liz? They've done it up now, so instead of manky, its now manky but with cheap wood laminate flooring and Staropramen.
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