I've been to have a carvery here before but not for a while, so me and my partner thought we would check it out! When we got there it was absolutely packed, which was understandable due to it being bank holiday weekend but still was an annoyance. We walked in and had absolutely NO idea what we were suppose to do! Do we sit down and wait to be served? Do we go straight to the bar and order? What? There were no signs. Eventually we managed to catch the attention of a waitress who sent us to someone to seat us. She found us a two seater table squished between two massive families, as soon as she pointed to the table, we turned back around to ask her about what to do about ordering food as she was GONE! And we were left pondering. We managed to get a little more sense off the bar lady who still managed to confuse us with far too much information but we eventually ordered a carvery. After standing in a longer line then a waiting line for a roller coaster we were served where the Chef was incredibly rude to my partner! He purely was enquiring something about the food and he snapped back at him and to be honest we were a bit taken aback.
The overall carvery food wasn't really anything special. We weren't too impressed with the meat taste, with chewy beef and tasteless gammon, but the upside was the wide variety of stuff you could pick from. We didn't have a dessert but the looked wonderful when having a look at all the pies, cakes, sponges etc.
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