We had a late lunch here yesterday. We were with my husband's mother, who is in her 80s and doesn't have a big appetite, so she always orders a child's portion to avoid food waste. When we asked for a small portion of scampi and chips we were told that this was not possible, and the waitress suggested my mother in law order from the children's menu. This is humiliating for someone over 80, and when we asked if scampi and chips was on the children's menu, it turned out it wasn't. I have never known a restaurant refuse to serve a small portion before, it is very bad customer service.
When the meals arrived my husband enjoyed his gnocchi dish, but both my mother in law's chips and my chips were served covered in salt. Neither of us eat chips with salt on them, and this ruined the meal for us. I had to scrape the salt off each chip. People with blood pressure problems beware! Please give people the choice whether they wish to put salt on their chips or not, like the vast majority of restaurants in the country. There is a reason why most places serve chips without salt on them! Not impressed with this place, we will not be returning.
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