The steak 'n' chips incarnation of McDonald's. Appalling service from a waitress who looked as though she'd be happier having her teeth pulled while drowning kittens - we had to request water which, when it arrived, was in a carafe that was dirty; having ordered a bottle of the house red, we were given an unsolicited and quite charmless hard sell on a bottle that was 10 quid more; and, once arrived, the wine was then sloshed into only one glass (we were a party of three) - and the food was tremendously unremarkable. Limp lettuce with a couple of walnuts that wouldn't have passed for a Waldorf in any proper restaurant (although one in the party thought the dressing not bad), and tasteless, watery meat served on a plate so heated it was still cooking and daubed in the oily and separating 'secret sauce' presumably to conceal the fact that the meat is so poor (you can get much better flat iron steak for half the price at pubs in east London). The secret to the sauce appears to be that it's green curry sauce. Frites were passable but served by our delightful waitress (see above) with zealous abandon, hence many ended up not on a plate. Puddings were over chilled and also tasteless. All for over 40 quid a head. And the place is cramped. And there's only one gents, so you'll queue to get in to a table and then queue to relieve yourself once there.
The eatery epitome of what branding and hype can achieve. More of a steak 'n' chips theme park than a serious restaurant.
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