Thank goodness my lunch with friends did not depend on the venue for I cannot recommend this one.
You wait to be shown a table by staff who didn't try to make you feel welcome. Your name is called and then they walk away hoping you will follow to a table.
The table was streaked with signs of previous poor cleaning.
I took a normal plate before finding soup, That was a good move for the plate had hard food on it indicative of a dishwasher with a filter not working properly for the remains were dry and firmly stuck to the plate.
There were no bowls for the soup and every one of the five people wanting soup had to ask for a bowl and every bowl came out individually carried by a waitress and still wet presumably from being washed. No spoons for soup unless you ask for one, and so it went on.
The food was certainly varied but not good and several options were closed. (Apparently this is a lunchtime characteristic).
I tried to enjoy fresh fruit for dessert but found my grapes and pears partly coated in chocolate sauce from spoon sharing, I suppose.
If you want a lot of food for little cost then this could be the place for you, especially if some serious staff training takes place.
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