My friend and I are both 16. We hadn't booked but we had a train to catch. The woman at the desk said we would have to wait 10 to 15 minutes, which would have been fine. However, after 25 minutes I went to speak to the lady, explaining that we had to catch a train and ,since we had been waiting the longest, asked if we could be given the next table. She then continued to seat adult couples as soon as they came in. Unlike the older customers, we weren't offered a drink as we waited. When we were finaly seated, we had missed our train. They then brought us the wrong food and spoke quite rudely to us when we asked if we could get the bill immediately as we were in a rush. We couldn't understand why they treated us so disrespectfully when we were paying just as much as the customers who were over 18. Young people should avoid this resteraunt.
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