We visited here as a family for breakfast and the guy who stands out front was seemingly nice on the first occasion and food okay. However after we tried the restaurant across the road and realised it was much nicer, he took it upon himself to shout abuse at us every time we walked past. Not the best way to fill a restaurant, also heard a lot of stories about this similar behaviour from other guests in our hotel who had eaten there so presumably not a one off!
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