Its been a over a year since i lasted visted leos, having discovered that the orginal Leo (half mast pants, tight waiters jacket and milk bottle glasses) is alive and well and now owns Leos in monton. (worth a trip for those fond of the old leos food).
We went on a friday night, service was ok, but waiters and waitresses stood around hovering is never a good start and can be a bit imposing.
The menu is the same as its always been as is the specials board which has not changed in 5 year that i know of - could really do with a shot in the arnm and a revamp.
The food was ok, but noting special - ribs were plentifull but sauce was a little on the bland side, mains, pizza was ok, but you do have to work hard to mess up a pizaa, but my chicken parmigina, cheese on top was a little burnt, many would have sent it back but i dont mind it so ploughed on, again the sauce was a litle bland and tepid
chips were also average - could have done witrh seeing the fat for another couple of mins.
Average at best, and could do with trying a little harded, - also prices are a little on the high side, where mains look reasonable, dont forget the add on for side orders which takes the cost to the higher end of the italian scale
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