On a weekend with my dad I'd researched on Trip Advisor a nice restaurant. I booked a table for us at half seven and we arrived at the venue for that time. On entering the restaurant, we found two people on the final phase of their meal, with no one else apparent in the restaurant. No staff or consumers. After poking our heads in the bar next door, a waiter eventually appeared. He threw us two very limited and atheistically unpleasing menus; which had signs of water affected misuse, curled up and bobbled. When we asked for a drink, the waiter seemed much more interested in tidying the other persons plates away than talking to us like valued customers. He was rude when we requested a drink, by asking what we'd want before offering any options. After ordering two pints of Stella, we were later met with the same rude waiter, asking what we'd like to eat before presenting the drinks. We took this opportunity to mention how rudely we'd been treated. The customer is always right? Not in this case!
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