Having read the other reviews of this place, it sounds like it is a total shadow of its former self, even taking into account rose tinted spectacles. We liked the fact that it had a bit of heritage, having been founded in 1972 and therefore celebrating its 40th year in 2012. You could look at menus through the years on the wall and see how little had changed in what was on offer like the "ice cold milk" and the coke and 7up floats. It did however feel a bit like it was resting on its laurels in that the quality of the burgers was not amazing. Should companies like GBK or Byron find their way to Norwich, this place could find itself totally left behind. Would be good to have the opening hours more clearly displayed on the door, rather than as a line across the menu in the front window. Also a better range of American beers would be good. Service was friendly and efficient, although as at least one other reviewer has commented, it would be good to have the relish carousel left on the table for the duration of the meal.
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