York & Albany

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  • Address:

    York & Albany 127-129 Parkway
    NW1 7PS

  • Venue phone:

    020 7387 5700

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  • Transport:

    Tube: Camden Town tube

  • Price:

    Rates £156-£348 double

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We stayed at the York and Albany for Christmas. The package included 2 night's accommodation, breakfasts and Christmas lunch on Christmas day. We were absolutely thrilled with our stay. The room was beautiful, warm, comfortable and individually decorated. Our room overlooked Regent's Park and we had a fantastic bathroom with heated floors and a powerful shower. The staff were warm, friendly and attentive. We ate all our meals in the restaurant and were delighted with how reasonable the prices were, offering a first-class dining experience at pub prices. The food was simple but beautifully done and the menu included pizzas, burgers, steaks and fish. The cocktails are absolute heaven and the restaurant has a fantastic wine list that will satisfy every level of wine drinker. On Christmas eve Santa came and left us a stocking filled with lovely gourmet treats from the deli! We took a lovely walk on Christmas day in Regent's Park and up Primrose Hill before returning to have Christmas lunch. For us the highlight was how friendly the staff were. There were a couple of waiters who were working the whole weekend over Christmas (had that been me I would have been quite grumpy and inhospitable), they got to know us and greeted us every time they saw us and stopped when they passed our table to check everything was ok. We felt very welcome and like we were spending Christmas with friends. It was our first Christmas away from home which we'd thought would be a sad experience but we're now thinking about spending every year at the York and Albany.

Anthony Lees

Oh do grow up - there seems to be a preponderence of people thinking that this is going to be a £9.95 burger and a pint joint - don't act all surprised when you realise it's actually a decent restaurant. Staff aren't ponsy [sic] - they are professional. We've had the set lunch, the sunday lunch and today, the a la carte. On all occasions we spent a fair bit - yes, prices are 'optimistic' but on all occasions we were treated very well and left with a warm glow. Today - assiette of smoked rabbit, and rump of lamb. We recommend the decent selection of wines by the half litre caraffe - even a decent albarinho. However, the place was half empty on the thursday before the Royal Wedding, and it's starting to show a few cracks. One of the ladies toilets was out of order, another grubby, and the caraffe serving the white wine full of red wine residue. Changed happily enough as you'd expect, and overall a pleasant enough meal. Apparently there will be a change of direction soon - the same menu in the bar as in the restaurant, with the formal attire of the witing staff changed to jeans and aprons, which might make it a bit more pubby. The loss will be in the restaurant, but if the place survives by adapting, then fair enough.