Stopped in for a late Friday afternoon meal. It was one of those glorious days when the patios were full, but there was plenty of room inside the restaurants, so we were seated inside, but at an open window so we had a "near patio" experience!
Despite there being only a handful of patrons inside the restaurant service was somewhat slow...perhaps because of the busy patio, but if that is the case I would hope management would plan better and have adequate staff on hand. I did not see the servers standing around, so they were obviously busy and I would not suggest that they were not doing all they could...one extra server would have made all the difference.
I ordered the wings despite it not saying anything on the menu about quantity. So I asked and was told I could expect "10-12 wings". I was disappointed to see only 7 on my plate when it arrived. I was told that the order was "by weight". Well, in this case, the weight included the inedible wing tips which really should not have been included.
My partner had a plate of nachos - adequate in quantity but nothing remarkable.
7 chicken wings, 1 plate of Nachos, a cold beer, a glass of iced tea and one cup of coffee set me back $47.00 (tax included). Value = terrible.
There are so many restaurant choices in Byward Market, so if you are going for a late lunch / early supper consider another choice besides Fat Tuesday's if you are looking for anything other than an unremarkable dining experience.
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