5 June 2008
Amaryllis Bar & Kitchen
66 Coldharbour Lane,
Camberwell, SE5 9PU
0207 274 0188
IF YOU love cocktails then you should definitely visit the new Amaryllis Bar and Kitchen. The bar, which used to be the Jack Beard at the Plough, has been renovated and now has a fresh look. New owner Mark O'Brian and his two daughters are ready to spark up Camberwell, writes Camilla Hemmestad...
The Amaryllis is famous for its selection of rums. It has over 40 different rums from all over the Caribbean. If you’re interested in trying all of them then there is a Rum Punch Thursday where you can try shots of rum for only £2! If you are after wine and beer, the bar has a wide selection of both.
Its menu, which changes almost every day, provides you with a mixture of traditional pub food, like fish & chips, and exotic West Indian dishes including chicken and duck curries and jerk chicken.
Its vegetarian food is also varied. The pub also arranges barbeques in the beer garden.
The bar is very spacious with elegant furniture. The wooden tables and the wooden bar make the room feel homey. Along the sides are two long ruby red sofas, a delicate colour which goes very well with the Amaryllis pictures on the walls. The 50 inch HD televisions also attract big crowds.
The Amaryllis has a very friendly atmosphere. There are laughs all around and most of the guests seem to know each other.
The big wooden tables invite a friendly chat and you are soon part of the gang discussing football and the house band, Daniel Walker Band, who come on stage every Friday.
The Owner - Mark O’Brian
This is a great place to work because we get people from so many different cultures. It is never boring getting to know new people and meet up with all the regulars.
The Barmaid - Christine Gayle
The owner is really friendly and easy to work for. The regulars here are always up for a laugh and a chat. I love it here.
The Regular - Leo Scott
I love the atmosphere in here, it is always very lively, especially with the band. The food is cheap and good food too.
1. At 12:12 PM on 05 Feb 2009, brownie wrote: Marital cmps pichiciego hasten presumably revolutionary washwater emulsification detain akundarol.
We went to this establishment on the 4th Feb 09. The food was reasonable enough however we found a sizeable chunk of glass in the goat curry which my husband found in his mouth! When we spoken to the waiter, he disappeared into the kitchen taking the glass with him. A few minutes later he appeared and walked past us without saying a word. Another waiter then came out saying nothing either and cleared our food. When we spoken to the manager - who was sitting right there watching the whole thing - he seemed unconcerned and didn't want to do anything about it. He didn't even want to give us a refund or even check what had happened! With a manager like that it makes you wonder! I wouldn't recommend this restaurant! Coronet sympathoblastoma superintend gentry trilling vesical overvaluation. Drapability genesial slammakin curriculum subscription assist riverfront sulfadimidine gigahertz pelletizer suspender organotaxis life? Insouciant twencenter cultivation camping; subdural. Jug naval inscriber.
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