Visited here as my daughter aged 9 really wanted to try it. Visited twice in one week once at a busy lunch time and again a late afternoon.On the first visit we had to wait a few minutes which wasn't a problem. As it was busy I don't feel we were told what to do very well a very quick this is how you order and left to it. I wish they took a bit longer as my two daughters struggled with the chopsticks and at the end of the meal I asked what the flat wooden instruments were and found out they were kids chopsticks! Would have been useful! Had fun choosing the dishes, didn't like the way they yelled the dishes names at you and expect you to know what's what if you ordered hot dishes.
I didn't know what to do when I wanted to leave so managed to grab the manager and eventually someone came to tot up our plates. I guess it's easy to work out your spend as all the plates are colour coded by price. Our bill for 3 was £37 which was a little on the pricey side considering we only had water for drinks too. Not really impressed having to pay for tap water tho' When you think about it the most expensive dish is £6 which is ridiculous for the portion size, but I guess you are paying for the experience....
I enjoy the spectacle and the conveyor belt but over priced. At the till there is a tip box and as a tipper I really didn't see where they would earn a tip as its pretty much self service.
Second visit the belt was almost emply as it was later in the day, Ordered our hot dishes and this time they were served to us rather than the chefs yelling and you hoping you remembered the dish you ordered. Less choice but by the time we were leaving the belt began to fill... I guess it's all about the timing !
All in all yes would return as its novel and food a bit different, encouraging to try different dishes.
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