Restaurant is set in a lovely church setting and the internal décor has been modernised.
Myself and my wife had the lovely Tagliatelle each, its served with green vegetables and the sauce was scrumptious.
However towards the end of the meal, my wife discovered plastic in her sauce.
We informed the waitress and she went into the kitchen and came back some time later, without much of a explanation mentioning that it might have been from the parmesan cheese packaging whilst grating the cheese on top of the meal, she offered a free dessert.
I was quite irate at this table service (which had been good until now) as they did not really want to admit they had grated plastic into our meal.
I asked for the bill and they had reduced the bill considerably to £5.80, however they had made me feel like one of these cheapskate customers restaurant seem to fall victim to, looking for a free meal.
Staff called it a "honest mistake", however I don't seem to feel actively grating plastic into our meal can be called a "honest mistake".
I paid the bill in full on principle as we did enjoy it up until we found grated plastic in it!
Check your meals for foreign matter if you go!
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