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One star is too much. Sticky tables, rude staff , they served us first and then later manager came over and asked for our ids ! such an uncomfortable place and environment to be. Rakuda is a waste of money and time.
Lovely location for a drink with a reasonable selection of drinks.
Bar staff rude no Customer Service skills serving drinks in dirty glasses. ( When asked for clean glass no apology just a sneer and no please when asking for money.
For a visitor attraction...More
I came here with my mum (no teenagers but tripadvisor doesn’t have adult family as an option) and it was two for one cocktails, my mum was just going to have one as she was driving but the girls behind the bar told her they’re...More
Visited on Friday lunchtime. Lady behind the bar was extremely rude, abrupt and unhelpful. Tried to complain but whoever I was directed to was also really unprofessional. We decided to go somewhere else nearby which was lovely! Haven’t ever reviewed (or complained) before but this...More
Location is awesome. We sat outside for an early lunch in baking sunshine. The swordfish was perfectly cooked. The missus had a Haloumi burger and that was excellent as well.
Sadly of the four ladies serving on that Sunday morning, only one could muster any...More
We ate here during a night out with friends, staff are rude, abrupt, unhelpful and would be happier if you didn't come in at all. When the food eventually arrived it was sent back due to chicken looking pink in the middle. There are some...More
Starter of nachos welded to the plate.
All had burgers, 2 served then the thurd turned up, much later, at this point I just ignored the fact it was burnt.
I just wouldnt go again. This could be a one off so I...More
Ate here after a night out in Plymouth.
Bacon was whiter than the Albino gorilla in that Dwayne Johnson movie and the hipster sour dough bread was tougher than a paving slab, but it did come with a portion of butter that was fill a...More