Our party of six had new and old customers, and those new to the experience thoroughly enjoyed their evening and the different type of dining experience encountered. They were enthusiastic about bringing their children to share the experience at a future date; felt it would be ideal for children as there were different choices and new food to experience without having to order a full course. No complaints about the food - tasty and plenty of it, and at an appropriate temperature even on a busy Friday evening. My only complaint would be about the inclusivity of a 5% service charge on the bill, particularly as this restaurant is mainly self-service. I don't mind giving a tip when deserved, but to have it included in the bill is a definite 'no no'.
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