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Review by K Leung on 29th September, 2010

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Very disappointed. The food is very, very average. The Sirloin Steak is very dry and tough. I don't understand why it is served with fries with no sauce. The prices are however much above average. For the same price, we can have better food back in London in very decent restaurants.We spent an hour driving there and is simply not worth it.

Date visited: 20 September 2010

Review by karen dixon on 23rd July, 2010

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Very dissapointed. Waited nearly 10 minutes before being asked if we wanted a drink (I wouldnt have minded but there was hardly anyone else eating at the time so the staff were not busy). Smallest white wine spritzers arrived, no ice. Stale bread arrived with a pat of butter. No bread plates or knives. Very average crispy pork salad for our starter. Sirloin steak with a bowl of chips for our main, again very average.No mustard, salt or pepper offered. I feel that the staff were not attentive at all. Had read reviews about the restaurant and was really looking forward to a nice dining experience but apart from the location which was lovely everything else was an expensive average. Would not go again.

Date visited: 23 july 10

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