Three of us were staying at the Marriott overnight in readiness for an early flight the next day. Stupidly we opted to eat in the Casterbridge Grill restaurant in the hotel.
As with all airport hotels, the drinks were overpriced. In general, the service was OK - friendly and courteous - but the food was a let down.
Two of us had a steak (OK but nothing special) and the third opted for the Roast Poussin a la Francaise, described on the menu as "Marinated Roasted Baby Chicken, Bacon Lardons, Savoy Cabbage and Baby Onions in a Creamy Sauce". It was awful - a pale chicken, cooked but barely warm, the sauce was non-existent, though it provided an opportunity to play Hunt the Lardons and Baby Onions! It went back more quickly than it arrived.
The most memorable aspect of deserts was when we asked for some extra biscuits to have with the cheese. It was only when we saw the bill that we found out that five cheese biscuits cost £3.
In fairness, we weren't charged for the chicken - but the net result was that after deducting the drinks, a meal for two was nearly £80. I've had better value meals in a supermarket restaurant.
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