West Cornwall Pasty Company

The Joint

Cove 1
The Market
Covent Garden
WC2E 8RA
London
U.K.

Phone: +44 207 836 8336
http://www.westcornwallpasty.co.uk/

Cliff

The service was friendly enough, even though it was a bit difficult to attract the server’s attention. I had a Bacon & Cheddar pasty. Not sure on what a pasty is? Let wikipedia show and tell you. I hope that the grossly inflated prices we paid here were reflective of the locale (Covent Garden ain’t known for being cheap), and not of the chain on a whole.

Sarah

I had a traditional beef pasty and it was HUGE! The prices were atrocious, but the pasty was pretty good. Better than what I expected from a chain.

Bhatti

The Joint

37 Great Queen street
London WC2B 5AA
U.K.

Cliff

The main waiter seemed annoyed that we were there, and the entire staff seemed like they had something better to do. We got hit twice with upsell tactics and the food itself was rather weak on flavor. I had the Kabab Afghani and Funky Pie ice cream dessert, which was a joke. It was served rock-hard out of their freezer. I’d say skip this place altogether. We were only there because we wanted some Indian food close to the theater where we’d just seen The Producers.

Sarah

This place sucks. Nothing else to say about it.

But seriously, how can you resist trying something called ‘Funky Pie?’

The Everest

The Joint

41 Craven Road
London W2 3BX

Cliff

This was a little place quite near our apartment at Apartments Apart that we spotted on the way to/from Paddington Station. The staff was quite friendly and the food was good and relatively cheap. My only complaint was that the quantities were so small; especially given the fact that the portions of rice were not included in the entrée.

Sarah

The staff here was so friendly and this was my first step into London’s Indian cuisine scene. I wasn’t disappointed by the food, but I was rather shocked at the tiny portion size and the fact that rice or naan bread doesn’t come with a meal – everything is a la carte. Given how expensive London is, I suppose it shouldn’t be a surprise, but I was thinking in terms of how food in restaurants is served in Germany (hugely). Just a difference we needed to note for future reference!