Upon arrival, we were seated next to the only other guests in the restaurant. There were around 20 free tables at the time, not including upstairs. Although the service was quick (I expected it to be, just waiting on two tables, next to each other), I found the waiters mannerisms to be quite unfriendly. He came to take our order for main, whilst we were half way through our starter, and could not tell us what the dish contained. Also failed to say thank you or goodbye, once he had taken our payment. HOWEVER The food itself was a lot better than the service. We ordered around 4 dishes which were all tastier than the next. But probably wouldn't go again, as the food wasn't good enough in itself to conquer the bad service, along with the ONE song that played on repeat every 3 minutes on loop for the 2 hours we were there! (Not even an exaggeration, I asked the waiter to change the song, but he didn't, and I can honestly say it was the worst song written by man, woman or child) 2 Stars.
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Posted: Fri Jun 13 2014
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