After a busy week, I thought book a table at the Angel for a quiet Saturday night. On arriving there were about ten people dining in the restaurant and the guy on the table adjacent complaining about his meal but that was not my problem.
We choose and it went for salmon and prawn in a Thai dressing which didn't exists and my wife choose chicken skewers which looked tasty. Then the problem came my wife choose the Tuna with niciose salad which looked fine and I choose fillet steak with rarebit topping and lyonnaise potatoes the appearance looked messy as the potatoes has been forgotten under the salamander consequently burnt and the steak which should have been medium was well done.
I called over the server to which she apologised then told me I would have to wait fifteen minutes WOW. To a cockup on the kitchens behalf by this time my wife had finished by fifteen minutes I decided that was it and called for the bill. This was appalling and if you treat your customers like this you need a serious look at your practices. Firstly serve food appealing consistently, don't tell customers that they have to wait eternity when the kitchen can't cook a steak properly.
If a chef can't cook steaks then change him as the table adjacent had the same problem as myself.
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