Review: Rosylee

Rosylee has got to be one of the prettiest restaurants I have ever set foot in. It’s the perfect date setting, if ever you needed one.

With vines dripping from the ceiling and soft lighting, it’s both bright and open as well as cosy and intimate.

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The interior was really quite beautiful, but unfortunately the food didn’t quite measure up.
I’d love to go back again and try something different. And although I didn’t enjoy my burger, S was more than pleased with her Royslee rarebit (a cheesy toasty on pretzel bread).

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If looks were all that mattered, this burger would get full marks, however the welsh rarebit was overwhelming. I’ve had much better burgers and in comparison, Rosylee’s was mediocre.

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That said, while their burger wasn’t up to scratch, the wedges and tomato relish was top notch, so there was something to enjoy on the plate.

Royslee has a Brooklyn-esque vibe, and while I wouldn’t go back just for their burgers I’d give it another go for anything else.

Aeble, Better by your side (feat. Tom Aspaul)
Chilled out dinner mix

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