I first visited this place a few years ago. Was not sure what to expect especially when outside there is an effigy of a pirate intended to get you to go into Alley Cats. This certainly confused the theme, which on entry, the result of which bore no resemblance to anything piratical.
The theme was slightly reminiscent of anAmerican diner. A few vinyl records, an electric guitar and homages to Elvis and Marilyn Monroe ornately dotted around.
The staff were initially very attentive and accommodating. Mushroom soup was very tasty and well presented.
Rump steak again well presented if somewhat 'dry' well garnished, (although a curious taste to the peas).
No one returned to enquire as to whether the meal was to our liking or whether we required any further items. Unfortunately the staff seemed more content to hang around the serving counter to chat. However I eventually made eye contact for the bill, paid up and left.
I sincerely wish this establishment well but feel they could afford to engage a little more with their clientele throughout the whole process beyond the delivery of the food.
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