Reviews of The Trinity

Borough High Street, London SE1

Absolutely Disgusting

Posted by kristine1 on Wednesday 4 June 2008

Went there a few weeks ago with my boyfriend for a Sunday roast that was advertised as "freshly cooked" on the board outside. The Trinity always seems quite busy so thought to give it a go. Had quite possibly one of the worst meals in my life in there. We should have known something wasn't quite right when we saw into the kitchen, while ordering at the bar, and there the "chef" was spooning potato mash out of this big container and putting it into the microwave. What I ordered wasn't that bad - far from fresh though. My boyfriend went for the roast. When our food arrived we were a bit surprised by the appearance but started eating it anyway. The lamb was chewy and hard and I noticed that my bf's roasted potatos were a bit too dark and he said they tasted a bit burnt too. After examining the backside of the potatoes (which were all hidden under gravy and other things) we saw that all of them were absolutely burt black. We asked the waitress to possibly replace these and after 5 minutes she came back with another ones - which looked nice and golden but were absolutely rock hard raw. We got up and left that horrible place straight away.
All I can say is poor girls that have to work there and serve that disgusting food to the customers.
I wouldn't advise anyone to try out any of their food, but the place seems to be very popular for drinks so maybe that's something they can't get wrong?

The Trinity - nice weekend lunch

Posted by J- Ann on Monday 8 January 2007

Went to The Trinity on Borough High Street for Sunday lunch to see what it is like since its recent re-fit. The decor has improved, there is a non smoking section at the back instead of the pool table and lots of comfy seating. The food was really nice for pub grub. Sausages and mash was good quality tasty sausages and creamy mash, and the roast beef had good fresh veg not the tasteless frozen sort you often get in pubs. It was very quiet when we were there which is a shame, we will certainly go back and hope its trade picks up.

The Trinity

Posted by Rochelle Seega on Wednesday 6 December 2006

A welcome addition to the area.. warm atmosphere, good value food and open late. about time too!

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