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Reviews of 42nd Street, Bexleyheath

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Review by Anon on 7th May, 2009

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Good chef bad management My fiancé phoned and booked her hen night in June for November. After she had paid her £10 deposit per person (14) she was then called by the manager / owner in Oct to say that he had cancelled her booking as it was his friend’s birthday and he decided to have a private party for him instead. So with under a month to go my fiancé then had to find another restaurant that could cater for 14 people on a Saturday night! Luckily after a lot of running around we managed to sort it out however added stress before a wedding is not good! Beware of this restaurant if you are booking in big groups or corporate / Christmas meals as the owner might just let you down to.

Date visited: 2009

Review by LR on 28th August, 2007

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FANTASTIC: Thats the only word to descibe my experience. Food Exceptional, ambience great, staff friendly and helpful, a restaurant you must try.

Date visited: 25.08.07

Review by KULDIP BADWAL on 13th December, 2006

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WE WENT TO 42ND STREET FOR OUR CHRISTMAS LUNCH AND HAD A VERY ENJOYABLE AFTERNOON. THE FOOD AND SERVICE WAS EXCELLENT. EACH DIFFERENT DISH WAS DELICIOUS AND ENJOYED BY ALL. IT IS A LOVELY RESTURANT WE COULDN'T FAULT A THING. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Date visited: 12/12/06

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