Parking---horrible! But hey, welcome to south Tampa!Service-very friendly! Our waitress was really sweet and was constantly refilling our drinks and very attentive without smothering...
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The English have long had a reputation for being staid, unadventurous, and totally lacking in an understanding of food and wine. Of most home-based English people this is true. However, for years, England produced a class that inhabited the Empire and developed a sense of fun, a taste for fine food, and good living. It is to this expatriate sub-culture that Mad Dogs and Englishmen is dedicated.
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Quick Summary: It's pub food, you'd have to try to mess that up but they did do a proper medium rare, and you'd be surprised how often that is messed up. I'd like to come back and have a couple of...
GREAT food in an dive-y relaxed patio setting. We bring the dogs at least once a week, prices are fair for the high quality food, though at first - you wont realize you're about to get a gourmet...
I've never been a fan of English fair. Having tried bangers and mash, various unidentified meat pies, the ubiquitous fish and chips, mushy peas, Yorkshire pudding, tomatoes and beans for...
I've been here twice now and I'm very impressed. Had the scallops and mashed potatoes topped with greens tossed in a citrus dressing the first time, which is what prompted me to go back. I ate...
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