My friend wanted my opinion on this place as she noticed the good reviews and although she had visited before didn't understand why it was so popular. I agree - I could not understand why people think this place is so good - it isn't!
I ordered an omelette - pretty easy to get right you would think, but what i received was under cooked and runny. I sent it back and received another runny omelette which, of course I could not eat. The little bit around the edges that I did try was tasteless - virtually no seasoning at all.Using an excuse of 'It's French style' did not help - this means it is a folded omelette with little colouring - not raw and runny inside. As for the 'Homeslaw' - they would have been better buying it from Tesco! It was acidic and not at all creamy. No imagination went into the salad either. My sweet was also not nice, it just tasted quite nasty.
We also had to wait some time for our meals to arrive and then wait again for our sweets to arrive.
The decor also leaves a little to be desired - 1970's front parlour with a bit of warehouse thrown in. The cutlery, condiment sets, enamel plates (why?!) and tea pots appeared to have come from a car boot sale and the empty golden syrup tins used to house the cutlery were not very clean. There is no comfort in this cafe either - cold, hard plastic chairs and very cheap looking tables.
Also for some strange reason everything seemed to come wrapped in paper - I hope it is recycled - or else there will soon be no rain forest left!
Eat Me's saving grace were the fries - they were pretty good.
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