The wife, three year old and I tried this place on the off chance after a long day doing the Gorilla trail round Norwich. We visited at about 5:30 PM on a quiet Sunday evening.
The service was on the slow side but very friendly, no real complaints there. The little one was given crayons and some pictures which kept him as entertained as it's possible to entertain a three year old in a restaurant such as this. Drinks were ordered quickly and were, as some other reviewers have pointed out, a little on the expensive side.
The menu has a pleasant variety of Med themed food, leaning towards the Greek but with influence from other Med cultures also. My wife and I ordered the set menu Fish Meze platter which consisted of six Meze dishes, along with Bruschetta and Piri-Piri chicken wings. Three year old had a Chicken Souvlaki from the kids menu.
And so we waited.
Fingernails grew, hair turned white.
It was so frustrating, because we could see our dishes on the pass. However no one brought them over! If there was one or two dishes missing, I'd of been willing to wait for them until later in order to get the dishes hot. When they were eventually brought over, shortly before I developed geriatric arthritis, there was one dish missing and without failure, all the dishes were tepid from spending so much time under the hot lamp.
It was annoying, because all the dishes were, in fact, delicious. Just on the way to being cold! The Calamari and Gambas & Garlic in particular were really well cooked. Just lukewarm
Frustrating, all in all. Tapas (and Meze) can be a pain to time to all come out together, I understand that, but as far as I could tell, all our dishes from Mussels to Gigantes Beans were out on the pass just waiting for someone to bring some or all of them over.
A meal for three of us, including desserts (came out much faster) was a hair under £55.
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