I was looking forward to my lunch as my colleagues were raving about Leon. I chose the Thai chicken curry, from quite an extended list. I have a wheat intolerance and there was a very good choice compared to most restaurants. However, when I opened my box, having being somewhat repelled by the image of bull fighting on the front, I was very disappointed. I played hunt the chicken for while and managed to total four meagre pieces, then I thought to myself, "weren't the proprietors of the restaurant, Henry Dimbleby and John Vincent, redesigning school food?" they must have sacrificed the chicken for a healthy portion of my one-a-day. But, no! There were some nice, crunchy bamboo shoots, which were lovely, and two rather insipid chunks, which may be over-stating the size of them, of what I took to be aubergine. So, not so healthy after all. What a shame. The thai sauce itself was zingy and fresh and there was an ample portion of rice. Overall, it wasn’t my idea of value for money. I also disliked the fact there was a lamp looming not far from my head throughout the meal, like a 1960s diner meets McCarthy witch hunt interrogation room, and I'm not particularly tall. I won't be going again.
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