Bush & Fields, Museum Street

First Visited: Wednesday 28th February 2007, Last visited, Friday 7th January 2011

Lovely food in a friendly atmosphere. Not open late. It doesn’t appear to have anything to do with the take-away counter in the Bush House arcade of the same name. Every now and again I go a bit mushy at memories of Joseph’s melt, banter with Robbie and the assistant that looked like Gabrielle out of Xena, Warrior Princess.

Interior: The tiles behind the counter take this from being standard to being traditional, although in many ways it’s the friendliness of the staff which marks it out rather than any interior details.

Food: I had a spaghetti calabrese which would have been worthy of an Italian restaurant at half again the price. And Earl Grey came in a mug. Shepherds pie on the next table looked delicious. And they didn’t have a problem with my occupying a four-person table although I was on my own (but carrying a huge rucksack) and it was just before the lunch rush.

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One Response to “Bush & Fields, Museum Street”

  1. Mary Says:

    You are making me hungry.

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