We dined here on our first night in Swansea as the lady at the visitor centre talked highly of the meals they served. She also said that it's "not like your typical RSL" so, we gave it a go. We ate at the bistro end of the RSL and my first thought was how plain and bland it was. It was as if they set up chairs and tables in the middle of a white community hall. We also weren't greeted upon entering. We proceeded to the counter where we ordered out meal and didn't even score a smile from the waitress. We were the only diners at the time and so, the only plus is that our meals came reasonbly quick - within 20-30 mins. Our garlic bread had been microwaved, you can tell by the texture of the bread. My husband's parmi was topped with canned diced tomato, and my steak was burnt!! I usually don't mind my steak well done but not when it tastes like charcoal! The steamed veg on my plate had black 'charcoaly' oil and bits on it. And it was hard and gritty. It was very overpriced for the quality poor quality. 28 buck for the steak and 24 bucks for the parmi - you'd usually get a decent feed for that price anywhere else. Sadly, not so in this particular occasion. Very very disappointed.
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