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Lussmans is located in Hertford's town centre. 

Sourcing local produce including free range meats and poultry and non stock depleting fishing methods Lussmans care about their food, their staff and their diners. Set on 2 floors Lussmans hire the downstairs area for private parties. Their twin restaurant is in St Albans.

Listing Information
Address: 42 Fore Street
Hertfordshire AL3 4EW
longitude: Monday - Thursday - 11.30am - 10.00pm. Friday - Saturday - 11.30am - 10.30pm. Sunday - 11.30am - 9.00pm
latitude: 45.00
Average Visitor Rating: 4.75 (Out of 5)
Number of ratings: 4

Reviews (2)
First Timer - Wow !!
Reviewed by Paul fromWatton-at-Stone, 2009-02-21

This was my first time to Lussmans(20/02/09) but my wife has been a few times with a small group of girl friends.She has always enjoyed it a lot.

I can not wait to go back! The veg soup was to die for and the line caught Pollock from Cornwall was unbelivable. A white fleshy fish cooked perfectly covered in tender diced veg in a beutiful delicate tasting sauce.Had some very nice white wine but the oganic beer brewed in Suffolk was delicious.

We shared a pud of organic something berry cheese cake & vanilla ice cream that was mouth watering.I had to stop myself eating more than my share!
Our waitress was a delight and she served us well. Our best meal out in a long time.Will be going back soon.

Mostly good, occasional miss
Reviewed by Greg, 2009-01-19

My girlfriend and I have been here on several occasions. Most times it's been great but the last visit ... wasn't.

We were shown to our table downstairs, where they seat larger parties, at the back. Our immediate thoughts were that we'd get ignored. Sure enough we did. Once we managed to order our meal, our starters arrived in fair time. The main courses however took 35 minutes!

My main course was fine but my girlfriend ordered the rabbit, mushroom and pacetta pasta. Something she wouldn't normally opt for (and had not tried rabbit before, I have); Lussman's boasted on the menu that it was so popular it had been moved from the specials menu to a permenant dish.

Unfortunately the rabbit was tough, the pancetta was especially fatty and our meals were only just warm (waiting for service too long?)

Lussman's were good and did knock some money off our bill - only after protesting to our waiter and then speaking to the manager. I actually felt sorry for our waiter, who was in the middle of an unfortunate situation - so we still tipped him.

Hope we have a better experience next time.

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