Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 15:00
Mon - Fri: 18:30 - 23:00
Sat: 18:30 - 23:00
Sun: 07:00 - 11:00
The Royal Mail is a restaurant that specialises in British roast beef serves a delish USDA prime roast with garlic mashed potato and Yorkshire pudding. Executives in the area might be keen to try out its set menu that includes dishes like seared shrimp fricassee and Eton mess.
I am a regular of the Royal Mail. I always bring my clients there ( a 5 min walking distance from anywhere in CBD). The large table, the comfortable chairs, the "sound proof" cosy ambience allows to have business lunches and to conclude deals on the spot. The food is great, refined but unpretentious, with a relaxed focus on western roast and British desserts. The prime roast and the Eton Mess are must try.
I came also there once for dinner with my wife, and it happened to be quite romantic, a bit as an island of peace in the (too) busy CBD night life.
Will definitely come back.
Celebrated my boyfriend's birthday here and we love the food!! The highlight of our night was the Royal Mail Roast Prime Beef. The service was also awesome where the waitress actually prepared a surprise cake for us. We had chocolate fondant for desserts. Recommended place for special occasions
Here is my experience dining at The Royal Mail:
The complimentary appetizer comes with a piece of hair. After informing them I receive no apology. Then I wait for my next piece to arrive, that only came after the main course (while I saw others being served the bread).
Moving on to the actual food, they did not have the one vegetarian dish on the menu and then with no choice I was forced to select from the lunch menu. It is less than average and not worth the price at all, so much so I had to drown the food in tabasco. Then come the two desserts and finally the bill. We are charged extra for both the desserts, which I realize after paying. Then we wait for 15 minutes for them to correct the bill. It just so happens I check it again after the disappointing experience and guess what- they only amend the price for one dessert, still having charged extra for the other. With no patience left in me, I walked out never wanting to return.