I wish I had seen the other reviews of this restaurant before visiting.
I also wish that I had taken a closer look at their awful, non functioning website.
both of these may have offered a clue into the experience on offer.
this place specialises in sausages, no one in our party had the sausages so it would be hard to comment on their speciality. however they do make it clear that they offer plenty of other things too, world cuisine, or as they call it 'Street Food' which is an odd name choice, never have I thought to myself, I fancy going to a restaurant and could really go with some street food right about now. However what’s in a name anyway.
When we visited it was a Saturday night as a group of people, aside from us there were another couple of large groups but very few other customers. It certainly was not packed. However what was clear is that the front of house staff could not cope and neither could the kitchen.
Our group was under 10 in number and we opted to have a variety of dishes to share. We hadn’t realised that this would mean one dish at a time to share between us, with maybe 15 or 20 minutes between each single dish being brought out. We thought this may be a glitch and that maybe they would pick up speed eventually, they never really did. At one point the offering included one chicken leg, I’m not sure how they expected us to share that, maybe take a bite and pass it down. At numerous points other people in our party complained to be told that they would inform chef and that they promised this would be fixed, which seemed to work, eventually, maybe at about 1030 ish having been there since 830 and their response seemed to be more to prove a point rather than them actually catching up.
That said the food that did come out was nice, but then again it was only a mouthful at a time, and as they have kept the bring your own booze policy, the food did give way to the wine.
I’m not sure how a restaurant offering all you can eat, knowing that they have 3 large groups of people visiting, all eating ‘Street Food’ wouldn’t maybe prepare a much larger batch of food that would be ready to go in the evening but then again I’m not a professional chef, which I don’t suppose the master of this restaurant is either.
One of the people from another group actually came up to us to see if we had faired better than them so it certainly wasn’t just us.
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