I went here with a friend last evening, arriving at about 1845. Had to wait five minutes before anyone came to seat us. Had a sharer platter to start, which was reasonably enjoyable, though the plate was whipped away from under my nose with still a couple of mouthfuls still on it. The sea bream I had was excellent, and my friend enjoyed his chicken dish, although he said it was a fairly basic dish. The bottle of wine he chose was passable, but we enjoyed the food.
What niggled though was that it was difficult to get any of the waiting staff attention, despite them passing our table, and being ignored. The bill was dropped on the table, but the waitress did not return to put the payment through for a good ten to fifteen minutes.. There is always one good way to get some attention, put you coat on an head for the exit, and suddenly your taken notice of.
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