I visited Soho with my wife and an older friend for a spot of lunch in early January 2013. Clearly, at some point, this had been quite a fashionable and well presented venue, however the generally untidy internal appearance, together with the lack of customers on a weekday lunchtime, indicated that the management had possibly taken their eye off the ball.
Nevertheless, we decided to give the delicious sounding pizza's a try, and patiently waited for one of the two waitresses to take our order. And waited, and waited. Although the staff were aware of our existence, they made no eye contact, but decided that cleaning the other, empty tables was a priority.
Eventually,I decided to try my luck at the bar where one waitress was now serving a gentleman a coffee. He returned to his table, awaiting his selection, however, the waitress, who was standing just five foot from me, still decided to pretend I was invisible, and rather than offering a cheery "just be a moment sir", continued with her coffee making, steadfastly refusing to acknowledge my existence.
At this point, we decided to transfer our business to a restaurant that values it rather more - of which there are a huge number in Westbourne.
In conclusion - avoid unless you don't mind been treated as a problem, rather than a human being. To be frank, I would be extremely surprised if this venue is still operating in it,s current form for much longer - the local competition, and service standards, are simply far too high for it to compete.
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