Four of us went for dinner, which we had booked on-line for 5pm on Thursday 17 April. We arrived at 16.55 but, along with several others, we had to wait in the foyer until exactly 5pm before being allowed down to the dining area. The decor was impressive but it was like eating in a huge aircraft hangar - no ambience whatsoever.
No complaints about the choice of food which was amazing. Trouble was, there was too much choice which leaves you wanting a bit of everything but without the size of stomach to cope! And that's just the mains and starters; the choice of sweets is just as awesome. Being a curry lover, I stuck mainly to the Indian choices which I enjoyed, as did most of our party. My wife was more adventurous, trying a variety of dishes, including the sushi.
Unfortunately, no matter how enjoyable the food, I found the noise overwhelming, especially the non-stop scraping of chairs as people constantly came and went from their tables. Add to this the background music, children chasing around the tables, birthday parties and of course a hundred or so conversations taking place at the same time. All this in a cavernous building with terrible acoustics. We had no complaints about the service, the girl (Helen) was quite friendly and polite and the drinks came quickly.
So, in summary, no complaints about the food or service - all you can eat for £13.99 - but hated the noise, so if you want a lively party atmosphere you'll probably love it but if you want a romantic evening with conversation, definitely go elsewhere.
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