The meat was plentiful, although it got a bit dull after a while because not only were there not many varieties, there was basically one taste note for all the different cuts barring the chicken. In some cases, the best cuts were so seriously overseasoned that it made enjoying them very difficult. There is little on offer for those who don't eat meat, so if there are fussy eaters amongst your party, this is not the place to bring them.
The staff are attentive, although probably need a few more tips on how to wait a table properly.
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