Fig & Olive
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- Fig & OliveMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Aug 28, 2012
It is such a cute place with comfy old style couches in front, simple wood artwork on the wall and a nice sunfilled garden at the back. I passed by it several times and decided that I have to eat there. My friend and I went there for Sunday brunch. He said the traditional English brunch would be Sunday roast. So I ordered the beef roast with veggies and Yorkshire pudding. The food came so fast that I knew immediately they just assembled the plate and there was little cook to order involved. It was understandable for what I ordered. The beef was lukewarm and unfortunately well-done. The gravy on top was a bit bitter for some reason. Definitely cured my curiosity of traditional English Sunday brunch. I think think their other dishes maybe better and I am willing to give it anther try.
- Fig & OliveFirst to ReviewAug 27, 2012
11/20; Food 6/10, Service 2/5, Ambience 3/5. Creative revamp of a small space ob Upper Street with shabby chic feel. Serves some warm dishes and decent cakes (but lots of competition for this nearby). Serving staff a bit slow and some quite full of themselves in our experience unfortunately. Ok.