I wouldn't even give this restaurant a 1*. We visited at 19.30 on a Saturday evening. It was a treat for my youngest daughter's 10th birthday. From the minute we walked in the owner thought he would be funny and mention her doing the washing up. OK the first time is amusing to a degree, at least 5 mentions thereafter wears a bit thin. We waited 30 mins for our starters. Calamari was chewy. Antipasti consisted of 3 slices of salami, 3 slices of mozzarella, a mountain of lettuce, 2(!) olives and no dressing. Bruschetta was 3 slices of french bread with just chopped tomato on top. We were given a basket of French bread slices but no butter or olive oil. Main courses took an absolute age to arrive. We had been in the restaurant 90 minutes at this stage. Pizzas were ok, nothing special. The pasta dish was flavoured well but the pasta was very al dente. The lamb cutlets were grey (I ordered medium/well), veg was carrot, potato, beans & 1 chunk of red pepper which I think had accidentally made it's way onto the plate.
I think our order had been forgotten but the waiter (owner?) was adamant it hadn't and that it was our fault that we hadn't flagged the long wait and then proceeded to tell us that we hadn't actually waited for that length of time and that it was our youngest daughter's fault for taking so long with her starter!
After some discussion, they waived the bill however it does not alter the fact that we were told everything was our fault and that our daughter's birthday meal was memorable for all the wrong reasons. We will not be returning.
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