We have eaten here twice since it opened and while you do not get the same service and variety of food available in a conventional Cafe Rouge, it is still one of the best restaurants in the “Food court”.
Someone mentioned being rushed, but we have certainly not found this to be the case, even at the weekend. We have been able to have a relaxed meal, going to the counter to order our food as and when we want it.
One thing that is impressive is the staff training. We have found everyone to be both friendly and efficient.
We have eaten the rump steak and the half chicken. Both are served with French fries. They have been tasty, well cooked and presented and offer fair value for money, bearing in mind the location. The wines available by the glass are perfectly drinkable and certainly not the cheap, rough wine served in some similar places.
No desserts as such are available, but they do have a choice of cakes. I think they are missing the opportunity to increase profits. Why not offer simple dishes, such as Crème Brulee and Tart Tatin?
It is a relief to climb the stairs to this top level of West Quay and escape from the hustle and bustle of the main food court. When busy below, it can however, still get noisy.
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