That could be my only description of the food given to us.
The chicken, pork and beef pans are right next to eachother so obviously there are inevitable spills from one to the other and my partners fajita of chicken had pieces of beef in it. She only additionally had sour cream and this comes from a bottle rather than spooned and therefore was a watered down version of sour cream and very little of it to effect the overall taste of the meat.
As I said the chicken had some beef in it and was dry and actually had hard pieces of chicken in it, so it is obvious that a remenants from the previous day had got into the next days batch. This was actually the same with my chicken served in a fajita bowl. Mine had the addition of rice and beans, tired and gruel like slops would be the only way to describe them. My tortillas with cheese. Prebought tortilla chips (remarkably like the M&S up the road), with a weird looking sloppy cheese sauce, didn't taste of cheese, more like a gloppy grainy white sauce that was in the throws of death due to it's grey looking demeanour!
As a result this morning both of us did not feel well, a bit of delly belly going on with both of us. My partner finished a quarter of hers, me significantly more, but unlike Oliver Twist, "Please sir I don't want any more!"
At £17.50 value had very little to do with this culinary experience!!
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