Review on Elizabeth's Restaurant
Housed in an historic Tudor building a couple of minutes' walk from Rochester cathedral and Rochester castle, Elizabeth's Restaurant is moving with the times. It's a comfortable place noted for its relaxed atmosphere and friendly, professional service: 'you are made to feel special and welcome, not just a number,' concluded one satisfied Mobile Food Guide reporter.
The exterior still testifies to the building's age and history, but the decor and menu tell a different story. Visitors can look forward to a mix of classic British and French-inspired dishes ranging from grilled slip sole with herb crushed potatoes and tartare sauce or roast Barbary duck breast with Madeira jus to a duo of Romney Marsh lamb with lyonnaise potatoes and rosemary jus.
You could begin with pan-fried tiger prawns with sweet chilli jam or salad of Cornish crab with lumpfish caviar & lime vierge, and round things off with Baileys parfait or crepes suzettes. Traditional roast beef lunches are served on Sundays. The 80-bin wine list is a carefully considered selection, with Spain and France offering the most interesting possibilities.
Modern European / Anglo French
Manuel Mouzo and Veena Stannard
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 2.00pm Tue-Sun
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.00pm Tue-Thu (9.30pm Fri-Sat)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card