On the way to our booth we passed the area where the washing up is done, this area looked like a bomb had gone off, the floor and table tops were really dirty and messy.
I put this to the back of my mind thinking it can only get better. How I wish I had gone with my first thought and carried on walking to the exit.
The waitress was not very imformative and did not explain that you get a salad and bread with your entree.
We ordered the garlic cheese bread and marinara sauce, the bread was soft underneath and the parsley that was sprinkled over it seemed dry like it had been chopped a couple of days before.
My wife had lasagna and I had the baked chicken, both were very bland and nothing to write home
There was a lot of noise going on through a doorway which sounded like the party to be at. I asked the waitress what it led to, she said the kitchen and they had some noisy staff working the line.
It was 8.30pm on a Sunday night and the dining room was pretty much empty.
I would suggest this is not the place to eat, but if you want to work in a party atmosphere and not care about what you produce then this is the place to be..
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