Visited Ask on 9th August 2014 2 adults 2 children for a light lunch at 1pm.
The decor was very stylish with feature walls of diffrent pictures and photos, the feature bowl on most tables was either a bowl full of lemons or tomatos which is an innovative way to be eye catching and different.
We ordered 2 children's meals,a pasta dish and a pizza dish and a garlic bread along with drinks.
The restaurant was near empty there weer approximately 3 other tables occupied but at varying stages of their meal.
As soon as we were seated we were asked if we would like any drinks on two occassions I had to ask to give us a few minutes as we were still looking at the menu.
Once the food and drinks were ordered they acme relatively quickly.
It was a nice touch that the glasses were straight from the freezer so that the drinks were lovely and cold.
The starters arrived at the table the children had the starter off the kids menu vegetable crudites and bread with a dip. The menu does not tell you what the dip is it looked like a mix of tomato ketchup and mayonnaise. The carrots were a little limp and looked as though they were ready for the bin. The garlic was very nice with just enough garlic and cheese, decent size portion very filling for a starter.
The mains one kids pizza one pasta, my daughter enjoyed the pizza as it contacined just the right amount of toppings for her, she was very pleased with it. My other daughter did not enjoy her pasta, but she can at times be a fussy eater.
The adult pasta was lovely and spicy with theright amount of temperature, the pizza was fresh and tasty, parmasan and balck pepper was offered.
the staff were attentive without been over the top.
My girls both choose chocolate ice cream as dessert form the kids menu it did have sprinkles but looked unappetising and a bit boring. My girls did eat it though as they are ice cream fans.
As part of the kids meal it comes with a small milky chocolate drink, I was initially unaware of this until them manager (male cockney sounding accent) pointed this out to me, and went off to go and get it.
The kids drinks did not materalise and we ended up leaving without them.
Overall the meal was enjoyable and very filling, however for a light lunch it was rather pricey for literally a pizza and garlic bread.
The total bill came to £47.85
Service was quick but at times a little too intense as it flet that even though the restaurant was nearly empty the staff just wanted you in and out as quickly as possible. We were in and out within an hour.
I would recommend this restaurant as the food was mainly good but staff should relax in order to allow the diners to experience the full dining experience
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