We joined my son and his family of 2 young children, for afternoon tea.
The place was heaving - and rather frenetic, which rather put me off. You join a queue, order, and pay at the till. I dislike having to pay for food before we have it. You can see where the priorities lie, and it isn't with the customer! We then went upstairs in search of a table, no luck there. So up to the 2nd floor, where there were large leather sofas, and a relaxed air. But no-where for a group of 6. We squatted apologetically at a large table with a couple sitting at one end. The food was good - not spectacular, and very expensive for what it was, and given the aforementioned hassle. We prefer Noggs in Salisbury, where the food is exemplary, reasonably priced, and the service efficient.
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