On the recommendation of friends, I brought my young family to this dump one sunny Sunday afternoon. We took seats outside and ordered from their surprisingly ordinary menu (fries and pizzas). Service was bizarrely slow (15 minutes waiting to order, despite the joint being completely empty.
We said nothing as we were enjoying the sunshine and view. 10 more minutes before drinks arrived. 5 minutes after that, the waitress reappeared and asked me to sign a docket, which I did. She returned a minute later (the fasted she'd moved all day) to say I hadn't added my membership number. When I said I didn't know anything about membership, she popped off to check with her manager before returning to ask us to leave, after leaving a family with a small baby hungry for almost half an hour!
Disgraceful behaviour, confirming that having money and having class are two very different things.It turned out my friend had meant us go to the much nicer sailing club restaurant nearby.
If you're the type of tasteless snobby idiot who loves the idea of exclusivity, and is willing to pay through the nose for basic food in an empty restaurant with sluggish service, then here is the perfect "exclusive" dive for you! Enjoy.
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