A review of The Rupert Brooke by Norman Fraser written on Thursday 15th of November 2007
The Rupert Brooke is very interesting and intellectually stimulating. We had honey for tea and the waitress recited poetry for us at our request and seemed to know most of Rupert Brooke's poetry which was incredible as she must have been only 21 or 22.
There were a lot of chips but these are not compulsory as far as I Know. the napkins were clean and the seating was comfortable. We were not impressed with some of the other diners who were not dressed appropriately in many cases. Jeans, I mean! Rupert would not have worn them. Have a bit of respect!
The Rupert Brooke Oh to be in England burger and salad is to die for which unfortunately Rupert did at an early age and we are all worse of because of it.
Worth a visit and you will not be dissapointed. Cravats look cool in this environment.
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