I believe that this restaurant was set up by the Pschyology dept to experiment on how different people react to different scenarios... whilst a "genius" is whipping up an unpalatable thesis in the kitchen.
I had tried this restaurant when they had opened a Pizzeria a year or 2 ago... the wait was so long that the pizza was wolfed down without even tasting it had vowed never to go back. Well my dear brother suggested we try it out again seem to have opened a new venue called Tam Tam Piggy.
When we arrived it seemed like we had arrived in purgatory everyone was in a state of slight chaos that strange feeling that something has gone terribly wrong and a huge coverup operation is on the way- we should have scrammed it fast but no we love punishment. We got our drinks & appetizers in the "chill out zone" after an 1hr 15 mins we were invited to our table there where approx 6 -7 tables and as yet no one was eating. A female assistant chef was happily roasting a skewered pig at the back- totally oblivious to everyone, we got our starters which were totally below average. In the meantime a frantic woman from an adjacent table stood up in a desperate plea to try and attract food towrds her table.... another table of 6 just stood up and left.... An other 30 mins passed 2 main courses arrived - pork pie- their idea of a pork pie is a layer of burnt charcoal black potatoes floating in a swill of very fatty pork.... anyway one had 3rd degree burns & was sent back meanwhile we were still waiting to get our roast pork which was only 3 metres away from us... but no the girl was not parting with any pork she wanted it all to herself..... basically they have concluded that there is a limit to human patience. Please do not go there & spare yourself some stress & money.
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