I know people talk about ripoff Britain, and when visiting some places it is difficult to argue with that sentiment.
This restaurant is located in one of what has become one of the most visited parts of London, a short stroll from some of the best known attractions and spots in the UK capital city.
The decor of the restaurant is basic, at least the tables close to the entrance which is where we sat (table still dirty).
The menu looked apetizing and the prices just about ok for what London is, I ordered the melanzane parmiggiana just to be greeted by a minuscule hot plate (10cm diameter perhaps).
I am not for the excesses of US restauruants that pile up food as an act of defiance about the capacity of your stomach, but I rather find difficult to swallow to pay £13 for an amount of food that leaves me hungry.
After 2 mains and 2 glasses of wine (my companion claimed it was in the expensive side of things) wew were given a £50 cool bill.
Sorry, but that is not acceptable.
The food was adequate, the service as good as it can be expected in London (i.e. just bearable). But the price? Ouch.
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