Visited again and found that if one was selective in choice of BBQ meats it was possible to enjoy the experience more than if one succumbs to the great rush.
The big problem is being hurried along by the staff. True, one takes the initial salad at one's own pace but after that the servers seem to descend on you too quickly. You seem to spend too much time fending them off, but if you don't you will just be hurried and rushed and surely this is not the point, not for the diners anyway.
Actually, the staff are a problem. From the fake outfits to the inexperienced servers who just don't mind how much they inconvenience you by constantly interrupting conversation and taking up intrusive serving positions at your table.
The food though is generally quite tasty and, as noted, if you are selective you can enjoy good cuts which represent good value too.
All in all, this is a good eaterie if all you want to do is fill up quickly. But there is more to life than this. So, maybe this is not such a good place for a pleasant evening with friends where you want to set your own pace - despite all the red flag/green flag promises.
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