I was here for brunch in a group of 4 on a Saturday around midday.When we arrived it was pretty empty however there were a few tables that had been reserved. After choosing our table we had to ask for our drinks order to be taken - same with food - we were constantly trying to get the waitress' attention. It wasn't her fault - she seemed to be the only one on the floor for the first half hour or more and was struggling with the number of tables she had to manage. The food took quite a while to come and the dishes arrived at different times - the bread for the soup didn't arrive until the soup was nearly finished! The food itself was pretty good but the presentation could be improved - the eggs benedict could have done with more bacon and a salad dressing or a few leaves on top. Seemed to be good for families with young children
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