As a lone traveller, I wanted to find somewhere comfortable for a relaxing Sunday lunch, and thought that this brasserie in the Europa Hotel would be a good bet. I was slightly perturbed by some of the negative reviews but I went along anyway. I was greeted by a very charming and pleasant gentleman, who offered me a choice of tables, or a 'nice booth as you're on your own', which was very kind, as I've often found myself being shunted onto the most cramped little table in other places, where lone diners are considered a nuisance.
The service was friendly, polite and very efficient. I enjoyed a lovely crab and prawn starter, followed by the stuffed chicken breast. OK, it wasn't the most gastronomic experience I've ever had, but it was a tasty and traditional Sunday lunch I wanted and that was what I got. I thought it was reasonable value for a hotel restaurant, although the pre-theatre menu they offer looks even better.
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