Had dinner here last week and were quite disappointed with the food but mostly the head waiter, possibly the owner. I had a crown lager and my fiancée had a cocktail for drinks, we had to ask for a straw for the cocktail, easy enough mistake. I ordered a rib eye fillet and my fiancée had the lamb. while waiting for tea I noticed the owner doing the rounds of the larger all male tables but giving no acknowledgement to any others, still no problem with that, that's business. When the meals came out the waitress asked would we like cracked pepper and we both accepted, as she walked away I looked for the salt on our table, there was none. We looked for some on other tables and none to be seen. I understand some chefs think their food is seasoned enough already and doesn't need any extra but both our meals were very bland and a sprinkle of salt could of made all the difference. Once we finished our meals and had just paid the bill the owner was ready to talk to us as he needed our table. As we stood up he directed a waiter to clear our table straight away, and asked the obligatory how was your meal? I told him it was quite bland and needed salt. He told me he finds that very hard to believe, in a non believing insulting tone. He then said all we had to do was ask for the salt, when we had waited a while for the meals and were pretty hungry by the time they came out and the staff were very busy, my thoughts are why not have a simple salt shaker on the table, every ones tastes are different, and at the prices they charge the customer should have a choice on seasoning.
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