Not a pizza/pasta fan I wasn't looking forward to 'Roma' - the name said it all really but friends and family arranged it so ... :) Decor isn't inspiring and I thought 'yep what I expected'. Wrong. If there wasn't something to suit on the varied menu, you would be very difficult to please. Both our waitresses were familiar with every dish on the menu - and not a pizza in sight. We were recommended the buffet. What a feast! Tender beef, lamb, roast potatoes, prawns....etc etc etc cooked to perfection. Compliments to the chef and waitresses (both first class) picking up on the fact some of our party couldn't eat chilli, so presented two of the same dish - one spiced and one not. Fantastic touch. Desserts a bit slow, lacked flair but tasted good. Thank you Roma, we'll be back.
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