Booked on the back of Sunday Brunch.
On arrival was not aware that we were on a communal table but fully accept that not being a member of the supper club fraternity that was our fault. That said, the people on our communal table were brilliant and added to our night.
The interaction with the guest chef was an unexpected surprise and appreciated.
Food was good if not mind blowing. I would definitely encourage you to give it a try.
Then we get to the bill. To be on a communal table of the venue’s choice, I did not expect to have to scrutinise the bill. It turned out our bill included 5-6 drinks from my cohorts which became a bit embarrassing. I am far more in the camp of it looks about right, pay, tip, smile and leave.
A decent experience, perhaps not to be repeated until the glitches are ironed out.
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