Yes we have eaten here a couple of times. The first with friends the second time alone. One has to know how this works. If you want the a la carte then fine. Otherwise you pay a fixed price (£25) and eat as much as you can. However the cheaper cuts (sausage, chicken wings etc) come out first and are plentiful. On our first visit we 'didn't know the ropes' and although fairly conservative our friends filled up on the cheaper cuts and then told the waitress we had all finished. I left feeling somewhat less than replete.
We tried again on our own and this time the experience was much better. There was no steak (only available a la carte) and they forgot to bring round the lamb (until we reminded the waitress).
Like most restuarants of this ilk, there are too many tables to crowded together and too noisy. The price and 'eat as much as you can' brings out the noisy young who to be polite 'make their presence felt'. This is thus not a restaurant for a special occasion. We may go again (with our son-in-law who has a phenominal appetite) but will not as a couple as overall I agree with the reviewer who classed this a 'Good but a little disappointing'.