We turned up for a Sunday Carvery, what ensued was an experience.
Firstly, the location is upstairs, so no access to anyone who is disabled, or as far as I can see.
The bar staff were about three in number, they took the money and the bar orders, not the best process, but, it appears to work, slowly. One did very little besides prenet to hold a spray cleaner.
The food part is manned by one person, who cuts the meat and serves it with his blue plastic gloved hand (more on that later). The food on offer today was Turkey, Beef, Lamb and pork, the offering appears to be two slices, so some ask for all three and get 6 slices. Never mind. The veg offering is Roast spuds, mash, peas, cabbage and root veg, there is a veggie offering which I chose to avoid. They also offer sage and onion stuffing, looked good, but had the constancy of concrete. The gravy was obviously ‘packet’ and was rather lacking in any mobility and would need severe encouragement to move any great distance.
From my viewpoint the ‘disher up of food’ left his post, when the rush had calmed down and was leaving against the bar, the ‘blue plastic glove’ still in place, now, how this can be good housekeeping to allow his ‘serving hand’ to be leaving on the bar and being used for non food activities is beyond me, and no he did not exchange it for another when he returned to his station. After this episode another member of staff turned up with refills for the veg, two large stainless steel bowls, nothing strange on that, besides that he was holding the bottom bowl with the other bowl's bottom resting on the bottom bowls contents.
The food was passable, but not a lot more. Interesting clientele !!!!
Good points, the Yorkshire puddings were good.
Overall, if you want a full belly, then this the place, anything else you will be disappointed, along with the obvious need to decorate.
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