This restaurant is in the Odeon Complex, with a Wetherspoons on one side and a TGI Friday next door to it. We ate here on a Saturday night after watching a film in the Odeon. It was just after 6:30 and the place was virtually empty, an ominous sign possibly? we were shown to a table and then told by another member of staff that we couldn't sit there and were politely shown to another table. We hadn't even sat down when the waitress was hovering over us to take our drinks order. The selection of food was good,and on the whole freshly cooked. The desserts were also good with plenty of "healthy" options. The lack of cusomers resulted in bored and disinterested staff (has anyone who has ever eaten in this or similar establishments ever been asked if they want another round of drinks? I haven't) One member of staff spent kost of his time stirring the food. By the time we had finished the place was starting to fill up and the staff had something to do! A big disappointment was the fact that the Tepenyaki bar wasn't operating. the toilets were clean enough, as was the whole place, however it lacks atmosphere.
All in all a pleasant enough experience and we will probably eat there again, due to its proximity to the Odeon.
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