We seemed to go on the wrong night, as it was very stressed for christmas parties and a live jazz singer I think was called Max, however the staff were all very attentive and did their best. You get a very nice family feel in there, and it was a nice atmosphere. We felt very lucky because we had rung around many restaurants to get a table, not in advance, and we chanced this one as it was right opposite the coach station which is bustling with commuters, and we got a table as soon as we walked through the door! It's a pizzeria so the menu was standard, but they did their on twist on it. The staff all did their best, and after working in a busy wedding venue dealing with loud music and sometimes rude guests, they all did very well! The bosses seemed very stressed and often snapped at the workers, which I felt was unfair because they were working very hard! But again, I know exactly how it is when it's busy. The food was very nice and just the right price.
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