If judged on food alone, Shezan would be good. But combined with cocky service, it becomes average verging on poor. We visitied late on a Wednesday night and were the only customers. Despite this, courses still took quite a considerable time to arrive though the food was of decent standard. Asked for a top-up of drinks between courses, but the waiter instead decided to speak to some bloke sitting in the corner playing YouTube videos very loudly on a laptop for 10 minutes and ignored our request.Bit bizarre. He then kept imploring us to say the food was good and then asking why I'd left some. I hate when staff start commenting like this; I want left alone in a restuarant not hassled. Not bad prices though - we paid £45 for two.
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