If you are hungry don't arrive at 3.00 no hot food not even soup . The staff didn't want to make even a toasty
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Tea Break at a very busy time was not probably the best idea in the world. Should have decided to come back at a later time.
Doing some last minute shopping and needed a quick sandwich and a cuppa. The service was good for a department store shame the sandwich wasn't! Was tempted by the turkey & bacon sandwich which claimed to have milked cranberry sauce and mayonnaise - the bread...More
We went to the restaurant at 2pm on a Monday, 2 had 'macaroni, chips, & green beans'. 1 - the veg was cold, 2 the macaroni had sat so long it had started to dry out on the top. The other 2 had fish &...More
Found this by accident on 5 th floor. Really wide range of food and it all looked really fresh and appetising. The star of the show were the scones, they were light tasty and crammed with fruit. Definitely worth a visit just for a scone....More
As stated nice department store but when going for a tea found the tables and chairs against the rear wall to be filthy. What a let down in standards and possibly hygiene.
decided to try debenhams for a change for breakfast.restaurant is on the 5th floor but worth the climb.food was freshly cooked and you have choice of 5 or 8 items plus toast for around £6 extra for tea and coffee.was very clean and served reasonably...More
Nice shopping department store. Good choices, many items on sale. Good service. Open till 7-8pm at night.
Restaurant on the top floor offers a good choice of food - even veggie. Very friendly and helpful staff.
Like the range of products and manufacturers, modern layout in an old building. Usually have a sale one. free coffee I after 2 if you are a Telegraph subscriber discount on food for Debenhams card holders and Beauty points