We booked a table for two for sunday lunch. There is no a la carte on a Sunday, and the sunday lunch menu is somehow restrictive. No ice cream or chocolate dessert. The service was polite and attentive. I ordered the house burger, which came in an elaborate plate, dry burger, too many fries. There were two birthday parties and a live jazz band. It was practically impossible to enjoy the enticing music over the overjoyous babble of the lunchers.
The Wharf Restaurant
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Posted: Fri Aug 3 2012
Idyllically set on the riverbank at Teddington Lock, The Wharf Restaurant offers diners a picturesque and relaxing environment away from the hustle and bustle of London living.
Choose from classics such as catch of the day from Billingsgate, roast Highland venison, lobster and chips or fish pie, great steaks and sumptuous hamburgers. All followed by some great puddings such as apple and pear crumble with custard or warm bread and butter pudding.