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Auberge, Uxbridge

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Auberge has been consigned to the history books and is now Zizzi and therefore should no longer be here. It was never a pub anyway!
BeerGutt - 3 Oct 2015 11:59
Frozen Break Brothers food sold as "fresh". YUK
watching_them_4_you - 30 Apr 2011 00:13
Had lunch here today with family.. The Waitress was rude and could not be bothered even though we were the only customers in the place the whole time. The food was bland and over priced for what it was. The cream brle was curdled and the had not bothered to brle the sugar. Do not bother wasting your money eating here!
WillowUK - 30 Dec 2010 23:01
Trendy bar in a fake olde world building with an outside terrace overlooking a soulless 'piazza'. Certainly not my ideal choice for a beer in the evening. There's better pubs in Uxbridge, but they're not much better.
blue_scrumpy - 28 Jul 2009 20:49
We went there for a conference dinner, and it was a complete disaster. Auberge is definitely the worst place I've dined in as far as the quality of food and service are concerned. Having paid 28 pounds each, we were invited to line up for a plate of fried potatoes. Anyway, there was not enough potatoes for everyone - they quickly run out; there were not enough tables - conference members had to carry the tables from the adjacent room, wine was pretty bad. They also ran out of wine glasses and silver. I don't know about private dining - but don't book banquets at Auberge. Nightmare is the mildest word to describe our experience.
pimlico5 - 7 Jun 2009 00:13
I have always liked this place since the day it opened. It is very serene and calm, the staff are courteous and the food good. The beer is Belgian and they have a good selection. Throughly recommendable.
woofhound - 26 Oct 2008 20:32
Good looking bar - obviously new, but made to look old. Doesn't sound like it should work, but it does.
Nice staff, passable food (a bit overpriced though) and a great pint of Hoegaarden - funny I had to ask for the wedge of lemon, but that's hardly a big grouse.
Gorodish - 1 Aug 2007 15:21
A nice place to get away from it all even if it is the dearest place in Uxbridge. Worth the extra cash though as it reduces the chance of coming into contact with and chavs. A couple of Duvels and a pot of pistachios and im in heaven!
norton3 - 8 Oct 2006 15:37
Just like to add to the reviews that we recently had our wedding reception here on the 9th September and to say that the staff and service were of A1 top quality would be doing them an injustice.

The food was incredible, the service was amazing and the venue was great with a restaurant and place for our disco.

Even our DJ commented as he has done many a time before on how amazing the staff were, they even signed our wedding book too.

All in all knock out.


dazzling - 25 Sep 2006 12:52
The Nicest but quitest bar in Uxbridge, most people don't even know its there.

Kwak can be found and you can even get the special glasses to drink from.

Although it maybe better to send a female to order it as you have to hand over your shoe as a deposit.


JOL2 - 19 Apr 2006 15:35
I love this place - both the restaurant and the bar are fantastic.
Lovely surroundings, good beers (and the wine's pretty good too!) - a great place to meet friends and chat.
Nice to have something other than the 'lets see how many pints of Carling I can poor down my throat before I puke' pubs in Uxbridge!
I love it :o)
FurryMelon - 22 Mar 2006 17:17
I looked on this website before I went to Auberge and took the advice of the comments. This wonderful place gives you the opportunity to either sample foreign beers, one of my favourites being kwak. If you fancy something to eat and a formal with a potentially romantic ambience then this is the place for you. The food is amazing, especially the salads suprisingly. The food and drink is quite expensive but well worth it if the occasion and your bank balance is right!

We paid about 25 each for a starter and main course, leaving us full up. The food was delicious, waiters friendly and helpful, very stylish interior and I will definitely go again at some point.
sassora - 4 Dec 2005 11:55
Lovely bar for a nice afternoon drink. There is plenty of outdoor seating for those lazy Saturday/Sunday afternoons! The drinks are quite pricey but worth it! Plus it is always very clean and tidy.
CharleyMouse - 12 Sep 2005 11:59
Pricey, but good food, and they serve (hic!) Leffe on draught! Expensive, but you dont actually need to drink that much of it! Sit outside and laugh and point at the ugly Pikey's and other Lowlife scum going into Hogshead.

Outstanding Oak frame building... Actually met the guy that put most of it together at one point.. an American!
Spikester - 29 Jul 2005 17:10
expensive but nice if you actually want to eat somewhere with knives and forks in uxbridge. food is very nice and the staff are helpful.
jon - 3 Mar 2004 15:31
its quite nice. uxbridge doesnt have many posh bars - you can go and sit there and have nice beers and wine and olives and all that. makes a nice change. freindly staff.
stiochkov - 11 Dec 2003 15:42
Have eaten there a couple of times now and the service is very friendly and the food is gorgeous! The restaurant and the pub give a nice relaxing atmosphere with candles on all the tables. The food is not that cheap but you definitely get good food and service for your money! Its become our favourite restaurant in Uxbridge.
Lorna - 5 Oct 2003 10:21

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