Took our elderly neighbour here for his 93rd birthday as he likes the music they play and the food had been good the last time we took him there. Not quite the same experience this time. Asked to move as we had been put in dim lighting - (not easy for elderly people to read menu in poor lighting - or in fact younger people). Service was reasonable but food not up to previous standard. Drinks expensive. Wont be going back there in a hurry. Did mention it was neighbours birthday and it would have been nice if they had played happy birthday for him. 93 year olds are just as important as 9 year olds!
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