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Ristorante Belvedere
11/12 Abbey Parade, Hanger Lane
Ealing, W5 1EE
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Carlos GarciaApr 15 2012
Altogether with partners or colleagues I have been there,the attention is great the food is excellent and the service personalized and superior , you feel welcome and appreciated , I highly recommend this place it shall be considered a four star instead a 3 , also the comments from the visitors from different nationalities is that this Is a great choice
hiOct 7 2011
hello boss i am edi bar man i think you remember mee i work in 1998 in belvedere i just want too say hello to you michele you are briliant man
YATOct 25 2009
We ate there last night - a party of nine adults and 2 young children.
The food was very average but very expensive for what it was. The starters (containing many fish dishes) were carted around on a trolley from table to table for diners to select from and taken from the trolley to the kitchen to be cooked. Likewise the desserts (containing fresh cream) were served from a trolley. There must be food hygiene issues here as neither of the trolleys were chilled and the restaurant was very hot.
The staff did not give us sufficient time to select courses. We were rushed as they seemed to want us out quickly, yet we were a large group and in the end spent a lot of money there.
The service was poor - we were lifting plates over each others heads to be served vegetables, etc, because they couldn't be bothered to give us individual attention.
We rang beforehand to enquire whether it was okay to bring young children and was told 'yes yes no problem'. It quite clearly wasn't okay. We were placed at a ridiculous table (despite the large restaurant being relatively empty) near the entrance to the kitchen and bar area, and were constantly 'told off' if one of the children stood up or moved around.
To summarise, I cannot recommend this restaurant for the above reasons.
This was an expensive meal for distinctly average food and poor (and somewhat rude and abrupt) service.
Four Leeds FansMay 26 2008
The bright spot of what turned out to be a depressing weekend.
Four of us came down to watch Leeds in the League One Play-Off Final (the depressing bit). We stayed at the nearby Holiday Inn and looking for somewhere to eat, the Belvedere was recommended to us.
I think everyone of us agreed we had a fantastic meal and very reasonably priced (We often pay more than this in Leeds).
It was a Saturday night and we hadn't booked but the staff couldn't have been more welcoming. The selection of food was excellent with the specials literally wheeled out in front of you. The sweets (baked in house) were superb (The Apple Pie was probably the best I have ever tasted).
We can't recommend this restaurant enough and should Leeds reach Wembley again, we will no doubt be visiting the Belvedere again.
Let's hope it's sooner rather than later.
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