Reform_Social
Verdict based on 2 critic, 2 blogger and 0 user reviews and awards
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Address: The Mandeville Hotel, Mandeville Place, London W1U 2BE

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 7224 1624

British restaurant with a menu and decor inspired by a Pall Mall gentleman’s club, housed in the Mandeville Hotel in Marylebone.

Latest reviews of Reform Social & Grill

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Rich Major, The Grumbling Gourmet

3 May 2013

Stuffed lamb breast, a substitution for the stout sounding Angus rose veal chop I’d been salivating for, came as an underwelmingly small and fatty roulade filled with a fishy breadcrumb mix and topped bafflingly with tight and over-battered scampi (…) There’s a good looking grill section here filled with some handsomely sourced cuts. I can only blame our ordering for missing them out…

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Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

12 August 2012

I pigged (and cowed, and lambed) out on an exemplary mixed grill of English rose veal, a lamb chop, chipolatas, black pudding (Ramsey’s, whoever he is), roasted bone marrow and a veal Scotch egg, all of unimpeachable quality and beautifully cooked…

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John_Walsh

John Walsh, The Independent

28 July 2012

The cutlets tasted bland inside their little shrouds of breadcrumbs, but a battle raged on the plate between the accompanying ham hock lumps (yummy), a slimy helping of beetroot (horrible), and some ox tongue that hadn’t been on the menu…

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Grace Dent, Evening Standard

6 July 2012

I took a booth and ordered a glass of Michel Torino Brut, a rare Reform burger with Ogleshield cheese and baby cucumber, plus a side of sweetheart cabbage with chilli and sage. (…) Reform Social & Grill is charming, not too costly and, right now, completely empty. I’d like to keep it that way, so keep clear, thanks, you’re not welcome…

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What the Critics say

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John Walsh, The Independent

28 July 2012

The cutlets tasted bland inside their little shrouds of breadcrumbs, but a battle raged on the plate between the accompanying ham hock lumps (yummy), a slimy helping of beetroot (horrible), and some ox tongue that hadn’t been on the menu…

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Grace_Dent

Grace Dent, Evening Standard

6 July 2012

I took a booth and ordered a glass of Michel Torino Brut, a rare Reform burger with Ogleshield cheese and baby cucumber, plus a side of sweetheart cabbage with chilli and sage. (…) Reform Social & Grill is charming, not too costly and, right now, completely empty. I’d like to keep it that way, so keep clear, thanks, you’re not welcome…

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What the Bloggers say

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Rich Major, The Grumbling Gourmet

3 May 2013

Stuffed lamb breast, a substitution for the stout sounding Angus rose veal chop I’d been salivating for, came as an underwelmingly small and fatty roulade filled with a fishy breadcrumb mix and topped bafflingly with tight and over-battered scampi (…) There’s a good looking grill section here filled with some handsomely sourced cuts. I can only blame our ordering for missing them out…

Read full review »
Hugh Wright

Hugh Wright, TwelvePointFivePercent

12 August 2012

I pigged (and cowed, and lambed) out on an exemplary mixed grill of English rose veal, a lamb chop, chipolatas, black pudding (Ramsey’s, whoever he is), roasted bone marrow and a veal Scotch egg, all of unimpeachable quality and beautifully cooked…

Read full review »