As always in a Revs Bar it took ten minutes to get served and it was not busy so not the best start.
Finding a waitress is akin to finding a needle in a haystack.
Order finally placed and received but we were never checked on. Empty plates were still on the table when we paying 30 minutes after we had finished. The service was poor and it was not busy, luckily we were not in a rush.
Food was average, more style than substance. I had a whole 6 prawns on the Prawn and Chorizo Flat Bread and I recall finding two shavings of Chorizo amongst the greenery. The flat bread was actually more like a thick crust pizza base. It was really over priced. If your after a light bite then id recommend Zizzis or Cafe Rouge round the corner.
I think the Revolution should stick to what they do best selling vodka.
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