We went to the Three Acres for lunch, for a start, and we've been going for over 35 years we were not greeted when we went in , very unusual, so we made our way to the bar where we stood for a few minutes before the barman arrived. He made no eye contact at all and when we said we wanted a table for two he asked if we'd booked and when we said no he guided us to the chart of tables near the door , took an age to look through it, it didn't look very full to me , and gave us, very off handedly a choice of two tables, although the place was nearly empty and not likely to fill up. Not a smile or a friendly word, not what we expect at the 3 Acres. to his credit he fixed us up with a drink fairly quickly and thereafter the service, food and staff were excellent. This person needs retraining , he's letting you all down. As far as I could see a smile never passed his lips and his customer service skills were zilch. Apart from him it was the usual enjoyable experience.
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