We called in on Friday to ask if they would be open on Sunday, it was very busy, the atmosphere was good and the staff member friendly, so we booked for Sunday night for the seven of us.
On Sunday, it was rather quiet, in fact a bit dead. That should have meant attentive service, but they obviously didn't have the top team on as our meal took a long time to order and a long time to arrive. It was hard to attract the attention of the waiting staff, who were more interested in their mobile phones than their customers. When they forgot part of our dessert order completely after a few minutes of fruitless waving one of our party had to get up and go to the bar to remind them.
The food was very ordinary, and at about £30 per head definitely over-priced for what it was. The sign outside says 'chic dining'; it is not chic. If you want fish and chips or burgers then on a night other than Sunday it may be OK, but there are plenty of other places in the town...
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