We visited last Easter and were disappointed by burnt pizza but as we like the chain generally we gave this branch another go. We visited on Easter day having booked a table for 7 adults and 2 children as we expected them to be busy. They had obviously been busy over the holiday as we ordered the pitted olives , sold out, large bottles of Peronei beer, sold out, Children's Bolognese -sold old. We eventually all found something we wanted . The 2 portions of adult dough balls to share came a long time before the children's. This meant the children became restless and had to be given some of ours while they waited. When the main courses came initially there was no sign of the children's food. 1 child Pizza eventually came but the pasta dish was still missing. Eventually we managed to catch the waitress who went in search of the missing child's meal only to return to say there was no béchamel sauce, so what did we want instead. We then had to wait while another child's pizza was cooked which obviously arrived far too hot for a 2 year old to eat causing more tears and upset. I would say to anyone visiting with children to insist that the children's meals are served first - in most places this happens automatically and the food arrives cool enough to eat. What should have been a relaxed family meal at place where everyone could choose what they liked became a bit of a battle to explain to a hungry child why it had to wait for its food when every one else had theirs.
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