Hatched on St John's Hill

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chorister
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Hatched on St John's Hill

Postby chorister » Sun Nov 27, 2022 2:26 pm

This is a shout out for Hatched on St John's Hill, where we had an excellent dinner last evening - our first time back there since before covid, but we'll be back soon.  The food is really imaginative and absolutely delicious, and the whole 'vibe' makes it a wonderful evening out.  It's exactly the sort of local business that we want to survive and thrive in these difficult times, so treat yourself!.
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Re: Hatched on St John's Hill

Postby chorister » Mon Nov 28, 2022 5:55 pm

bounce ............
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Re: Hatched on St John's Hill

Postby pie81 » Wed Nov 30, 2022 11:29 pm

Agree! We’ve been twice fairly recently and had a really excellent meal both times.
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Re: Hatched on St John's Hill

Postby dudette » Mon Dec 05, 2022 8:13 am

A friend of mine also swears by this restaurant but their vegetarian selection is truly woeful. There are no vegetarian starters and only one main course (gnocchi - zzzzzzz). Given how many vegetarians there are I don’t understand why restaurants don’t make a bit more of an effort. They seem to forget that vegetarians usually live with or are friends with meat eaters so if a restaurant doesn’t cater for us we simply won’t book it and they miss out on a whole table’s worth of people - it’s not just the one vegetarian.
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