Over several years, I paid a good number of visits to the restaurant in this building, with family, and with friends. It was always very good; and all accompanied by the wonderful views across the river.
A few weeks ago, my wife, son and I visited Leamington Spa, and decided we must eat at the restaurant. My hear sank when I saw the advertising sign outside, and sank even further after ordering from the menu.
The food was very poor, and would have been expensive at a quarter of the price. For forty-five minutes, we were the only customers, although a couple wandered in as we left. I almost felt like advising them to consider very carefully whether they might not wish to eat somewhere else.
Not only were we bitterly disappointed - because the food was so poor, the service not at all good, and therefore expensive at any price whatever - but it left us saddened, also, because, unless some miracle occurs, this is the end of good food in Jephson gardens.
Whatever has happened here? I know that there are much worse things in this world, but this is a tragedy of sorts. Something good is now lost to us. Is this really what visitors to this park wish for?
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