We chose this restaurant after a long day in London and my daughter announcing that she couldn't possibly walk any further looking for somewhere to eat!
We walked in and were greeted at the door and the lady sent us upstairs. There was one other family in the place at 7pm on a Thursday evening which I thought unusual.
We were seated by the window, but couldn't see much as there is a gap between the window we were seated next to and the window to the outside.
My son ordered a pizza which was fine. I had vegetable lasagne and my daughter the beef lasagne. Both tasted fine, but had hot spots in the food which to me, rings alarm bells about how it was cooked (or reheated?). Whilst I had enough to eat that I wasn't hungry, the portion was very small and certainly wouldn't have filled anyone with a larger appetite.
My husband ordered ravioli with ricotta cheese and lemon. It was a good job we'd ordered a side of chips and a salad as he received 6 pieces of ravioli in a line across the plate (at £10!!). It tasted fine, but his comment was, "where's the rest?" Unless you are planning 3 courses, I'd steer clear of the pasta!
I'm now wondering whether our experience is typical and the reason for the empty restaurant.
Be warned that they add a 12.5% service charge to your bill.
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