Decided to go out for tea midweek and plumped for here. On arrival told we had to wait 20 minutes for a table, why I don't know. There were loads of people waiting and loads of tables free! If this were to happen in England you would probably be offered a drink while you wait, but there was no evidence of an actual bar area at all which felt a bit like waiting for a bus. Anyway we were eventually given a table, which are all in booths. Now to some people that's fine, but I couldn't help feeling a bit cut off. The booths were so high you couldn't see what was going on in the restaurant, but perhaps that's me just being nosy! Couldn't make my mind up for ages but eventually went for a Mexican Steak which came with corn on the cob dried radish, the free water as usual and complimentary dish of pickled cabbage, which is common here, which was lovely. It also included a very small bowl of either corn or mushroom soup. We opted for the corn which was nice if a little thick for my taste. Just thought it was strange that no other starters were offered or chips or veg My steak was done to perfection, but too big for my appetite. It came in at 39 Woo, which I think is equivalent to $39 so not the cheapest meal I've ever had, and no chips or potatoes or rice, which had to be ordered separately. Hubby had ribs and chips, which he also said were nice. Overall it was nice, pleasant, but wouldnt rush to go back mainly because of the layout. I felt really cut off from everything. Average overall
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