Bumpkin South Kensington

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  • Address:

    Bumpkin South Kensington 102 Old Brompton Road
    London
    SW7 3RD

  • Venue phone:

    020 7341 0802

  • Venue website:

    www.bumpkinuk.com

  • Opening hours:

    Open 11am-11pm daily. Brunch served 10am-1pm Sat, Sun

  • Transport:

    Tube: Gloucester Road or South Kensington tube

  • Price:

    Main courses £10-£18.50

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    1. Bumpkin South Kensington
      • 102 Old Brompton Road
        London
        SW7 3RD
      • 020 7341 0802
      • www.bumpkinuk.com
      • 51.491932,-0.179206

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Stephen

Went for brunch on Saturday 30th November, big mistake. The restaurant was less than a quarter full, and yet after showing us to a table they didn't take a drinks order for nearly 10 mins despite trying to grab their eye. We ordered two full English breakfasts and when it arrived, it was cold. The food had obviously been pre-cooked, the bacon was cold and rubbery, the plate was cold and all the food also. Despite having toast we then had to ask for butter which we received a few minutes later, twice. It was a rare treat for us having a small child and a very rare weekend away just the two of us, so added to the disappointment. Plenty of other good options around here for brunch, avoid.

Tiggyv

I was really looking forward to a good Sunday lunch for Mothering Sunday with my family. I understand that this is a busy day for restaurants and they will have lots of covers. But we were shoved in the corner next to the kitchen, where the chefs were shouting out orders (towards us, not the kitchen) so loudly we could hardly hear anyone at our table speak. The staff were utterly hopeless, even though there were so many of them. As we shown our table, I had to move out the way for one of the waiters (not carrying anything), as they barged passed me. We were not asked if we wanted anything to drink, we always had to grab their attention if we wanted something. The food took over an hour and half to arrive...No apologies for the delay. I was told their pies were the best. Mine was so over cooked that there was no source left and my sisters was undercooked that the pastry was still soggy and white. We were never asked if we would like pudding or coffee/ tea. But once we managed to get their attention we finally ordered. We also ordered a glass of sweet wine, which they managed to forget about. Once we had finished our puddings and gentile reminder, they did arrive. Finally we got the bill and a whopping one at that for what we had, they had over charged us for the sweet wine. I just found the whole experience rather unpleasant, as I felt as though they were doing me a favour being there, a very grudging favour at that!