We went here the other day and were given the lunch time special menu of three courses for £7.50. This looked great, but I did immediately notice there were a lot of items with supplements, including chicken & sweetcorn soup, which I found strange. I opted for the cream of chicken soup and this was nice. The chicken in it was in very small cubes. The soup was not nearly as good as the five star in Kilmarnock, but an adequate starter. For main I had chicken satay with fried rice. This was really nice and I liked the mix of vegetables through the dish. You have the choice of chips, fried rice or boiled rice. Most of us seemed to enjoy both courses and despite the restaurant being fairly busy all dishes were served very quickly with the staff members working hard. However, most of them seemed either incapable of smiling or really unhappy at their work. For dessert I had the apple tart with cream, which turned out to be a hot Mr Kipling apple pie. I was full anyway and enjoy these anyway. Other puddings included chocolate gateaux, various fritters, but I could see they used to include chocolate fudge cake, but have tippexed this off the menu. The staff members kept us well watered throughout and the manager was friendly and I got the impression he would happily keep the place open all night as long as we were buying drink. Overall a decent meal and very good value. Soup was also served with fresh tiger loaf, which I love..
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