If you've visited Bath as a tourist and are a fan of Indian cuisine, then maybe you've already tried this establishment. If you are yet to visit, then give other restaurants in Bath a try, because The Eastern Eye relies on a good reputation that is either out of date or undeserving.
The food is alright, no complaints there. The decor and surroundings are fantastic, this is what used to be a ballroom or masonic meeting room by the looks of things, and it does impress when it first greets you.
The staff on the other hand, could do with a crash course in how to treat their fellow human beings. This is not sour grapes or a one-off experience, I've been a local in this town for a while now and been here a few times.
I'm a laid back sort, and when I have a less than perfect dining experience, I don't throw tantrums. I take it on the chin and put it down to an off-day, we all have them. The five or six times I've eaten here though, the same following bugbears have appeared most of those times.
Surly staff, disinterested mumbles, intelligible grunting, throwing down of cutlery and crockery.
I don't expect the moon on a stick, but some common courtesy and respect would be nice.
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