Arriving at a restaurant one should never be ignored. Even eye contact makes the difference - and that by the person who is obviously the manager or probably the owner. Even if one does not have a booking, one should not be treated like something the cat dragged in.
And then be taken to a table so closely squashed in near the ablution facility, one could actually smell the disinfectant. We left and my rating of the food is based on a previous visit. Only reason we went back is my guest wanted to have steak and I thought my first experience was limited to that specific evening and did not expect it to recur. Wrong.
Watching diners that are obviously regulars get the 5-star smile and embrace behind you leaves one something between amused and disgusted.
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