Always optimistic when a new restaurant arrives in the neighbourhood we popped into Margheri for lunch this week to try it out.
The pizza was one notch away from excellent, it was very very good.
Without question we’ll be back to eat again and I suggest everyone go check it out.
It would be unfair if I didn’t give them an excellent rating on my first visit.
They’ve missed a few tricks to add massively to the dining experience though not to mention their bank balance.
The welcome was friendly enough although a tad lacking in experience. We were left a little too long before we were asked if we wanted to order a drink. It may have been because the menu was already on the table but had they brought the menu to us they could then have taken a drink order straight away. By the end of the meal they’d have served drinks to us twice instead of just the once.
Also go into any pizza chain, whether Pizza Express, Ask, Zizzi or Prezzo and one obvious thing they have over Margheri is a separate Kids menu, (they all know most kids love pizza) most of them even give crayons and paper to keep them occupied. The chains also offer kids a three course meal for around £6- £7. If the kids have fun they’ll want to keep coming back. Here they take a couple of pounds off each pizza. If you ask me that’s simply not good enough value to tempt me to bring the whole family.
I also feel they haven’t made the best use of space either, big long rustic wooden tables and chairs would be far better than the white “Ikea” ones.
This place should be alive and kicking.
I really hope this restaurant thrives, it’s a work in progress and it will be fun to see how this one grows. If they listen to the customers this will be a really successful place.
(I’d also change the indie music radio too but then I just may be turning into my father!)
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