The place has been modernised since the last time that I was there and it is much better looking, but the ambience was a bit industrial with all the noise from the other tables. Yet again I got sat at the next table to the braying woman.
We placed our order after a glitch, the veggie meal asn't available, but they did offer two other choices available not on the menu. Oncethe order was placed we had two other waiters ask us for our order. The table is polished, the service less so. The staff are minimum waged immigrants though, so they do well considering English is obviously not their first language.
The tender loin was 50% only correct, in that it was loin; tender it wasn't. It would have benefitted from a steak knife, extremely overcooked. The sauce was good though. The plate also contained an oversized potato croquet, which has mash and bacon in it. May have also had cabbage in it. The portion of salmon was very generous.
It was a struggle to get a second serviette from the staff, as it was to get them to take an empty bottle away.
Dessert was served extremely artistically and included flavours that you wouldn't imagine would go together, and didn't.
I don't think that I will rush back. The restaurant of the sister hotel across town is much better.
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