We are a group of friends who eat out at local restaurants on a regular basis and this was our first, and last, visit to the Green Door.
On our arrival we were ushered into a railway carriage style " holding area" until our table was ready and to order drinks. The availability of any variety of drinks was so limited as to be laughable. We had to order beers according to the few bottles that were left. The beer was awful and expensive and we had to make do.
The young lad who took our order for drinks and food was really nice, a big flaky but very helpful. The food availability was as limited as the drinks. Three of our group ordered beef in red wine, so sorry, only one of those left! Not a good start. However for the most part we were able to choose the rest. We eventually dined at 9pm after having ordered our table for 7.45pm
The food was excellent. Quite small portions but hot and very tasty. The dining area was so small two of our group had to move their chairs in every time a waiter or another diner passed.
To be absolutely fair, we had to laugh and we made the most of it. The staff really were most apologetic at some of the shortcomings but they were polite and helpful.
An interesting dining experience but one we shall not be repeating.
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