Thames LIDO located at Napier Rd, Reading RG1 8FR, UK

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Eric Allen

5 Google Rating

Venue is unique and it may sound strange to say but 'Authentic'. Food was fantastic and priced well

5/ 5

Venue is unique and it may sound strange to say but 'Authentic'. Food was fantastic and priced well based on the quality and depth of flavour that oozed out from what arrived at our table. Staff were all amazingly friendly (Special call out to Izzy).... Highly recommend especially if you want something removed from the usual high street chains in the town center...

Dan Morris

5 Google Rating

Reading is quite far from the sea. We've public pools and some open air lakes for swimming, but if w

5/ 5

Reading is quite far from the sea. We've public pools and some open air lakes for swimming, but if want food too, you have to settle for either a vending machine, or a snack bar. Thames lido elegantly combines a leisurely outdoor pursuit and a sophisticated dining experience. The breakfast and lunch menus are rich and varied with a definite Mediterranean feel. A great place to exercise and unwind, but also very accommodating for short spell remote working with a coffee. Brilliant all seasons but comes alive in the sun

Andy Walden

5 Google Rating

Love this place. Beautiful surroundings with top quality tapas. The conference room is reasonably pr

5/ 5

Love this place. Beautiful surroundings with top quality tapas. The conference room is reasonably priced and staff very helpful. Definitely somewhere to eat if you are staying in Reading

Joe Barrero

5 Google Rating

Enjoyed a wonderful anniversary lunch here. Great quality food and welcoming staff with a compliment

5/ 5

Enjoyed a wonderful anniversary lunch here. Great quality food and welcoming staff with a complimentary glass of bubbly! Great clean pool and facilities. Highly recommend.

Mark Mizen

5 Google Rating

Beautiful pool and hot tub with luxury dining. They do delicious drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic

5/ 5

Beautiful pool and hot tub with luxury dining. They do delicious drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and fantastic food. Well worth a visit.

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