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Reviews of Eat Thai, High Wycombe

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Review by john gregory on 6th May, 2008

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I booked for Saturday evening on the recommendation of my wife who had been previously for a business lunch. Then I read the review by Karen Bradley and considered changing my mind. I shouldn't have worried; the service was excellent (welcoming and unrushed), the food was Italian authentic and delicious, the wine list was well chosen and the bill was reasonable. We thoroughly enjoyed it and couldn't ask for more. Put Ms Bradley's experience down to an off day and give it a try.

Date visited: 3 May 2008

Review by Edward Holden on 26th April, 2008

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We were halfway through a beautiful circuit walk today with our dogs when we arrived in Bledlow Ridge. We headed for what the map indicated was a local pub only to discover that the pub was gone and DaRusso stood in its place. Lucky for us. The staff showed us to a lovely picnic table out back at our request (given we had three dogs with us). They were exceptionally friendly (and considerate of our dogs, too, which was most appreciated). Of all the lunches we have enjoyed during 2+ years of weekend walks, Da Russo was easily among the best. Excellent grilled sardine starter. An aromatic, lovely mushroom risotto main wafting of truffle oil. The linguine was a touch past al dente, but the seafood was fresh and the sauce delicious. If again in the area, we will certainly give DaRusso another try. We really enjoy pub lunches -- and DaRusso is not for walkers whose hearts are set on a pint and some tasty pub grub. But if you are in the mood for an excellent Italian meal at a relaxed pace (suggest you budget 1.5 hours), you'll not be disappointed.

Date visited: 26 April 2008

Review by Karen Bradley on 24th April, 2008

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After seen good reviews decided to pay a visit......what can i say ....avoid it ,it`s that bad,no so much the food but the service was diabolical.The waiter was off, was damn rude and so the rest of the staff,unhelpful and of course overpriced. STAY AT HOME.

Date visited: 12/04/08

Review by Ron Grant on 9th January, 2008

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The place was packed,atmosphere was great, food very good (bit slow to come out)but what i really liked was the way the manager (ricky martin)handled the whole place i`ve been in 2007..

Date visited: 21/12/2007

Review by Robbie Cook on 27th December, 2007

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i found the food absolutely excellent, especially the main course (steak) which was cooked exactly a i liked it. the service was great and the general atmosphere of the place was very pleasant, very familiar. would highly recommend to anyone.

Date visited: 19.9.07

Review by Vanya Clarke on 13th October, 2007

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Took a friend for a birthday lunch. Found the waiters friendly, polite and helpful, the service and surroundings excellent and the food could not be faulted. Highly recommended.

Date visited: 13.10.2007

Review by David Colquhoun on 22nd July, 2007

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Rude, pretentious, unhelpful and overpriced. better avoided, especially if you are walking.

Date visited: 22 July 07

Review by Christine Adania on 30th January, 2007

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A great place to eat with a good choice of menu. We received a warm welcome when we stepped through the door. Our meals were excellent the ambiance perfect and the staff very helpful and polite. The atmosphere is very restful. All in all a fantastic place.

Date visited: Oct, Nov, and Dec 2006

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