Having eaten here before for lunch and also having used this hotel lobby/bar/restaurant as a meeting place with friends, we decided to eat here prior to going to the cinema across the road.
When we arrived around 6.00 the restaurant was fairly quiet and plenty of seats so we chose a seaview which was lovely.
You have to order at the bar, we thought this was probably just at lunchtimes, but no in the evenings too.
Our meals arrived, we realised then you have to help yourself to cutlery and condiments off the waiter's trolley. I had ordered Fillet Steak and my Husband ordered Chicken Korma. My fillet steak was very fatty, so I didn't make a fuss I thought my husband had probably ordered the rump by mistake it certainly didn't look or taste like Fillet, but even for rump it was very fatty and by the time I cut that off, there was very little steak left, the chips were tasty, dry and crispy but the fresh seasonal vegetables were boiled to death and were limp and didn't taste very nice so they too were left. My husband's Korma was a bit too dark, and didn't look very nice, he said that it tasted like a Tesco or Iceland cheap meal for one, and the Naan bread was like cardboard and again tasted like it had come from the cheap section of a supermarket.
We didn't bother to stay for dessert as nothing on the menu looked particularly enticing.
I would use it again for a snack at lunchtimes but I wouldn't bother for dinner.
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