Went to Coast for a business lunch. Service patchy, had to ask for drinks and also had to call for menu's. not good for an establishment that trumpets a Michelin star credential. My two colleagues declared the rib-eye and chips to be wonderful, and to be fair I have heard similar from a number of diners. I, however couldn't resist ordering the fish fingers, curious how such a dish could cost 14 pounds. Perhaps the kitchen had an off day but peas lacking seasoning, overlooked fish, and approximately 7 average chips really doesn't cut it, and the stone cold plate is a huge no-no.
I also find the managements comments about the staff getting "ongoing training" totally unacceptable. It is not our problem, a training programme should have been done well before opening given the high profile publicity hype pushed on the public. After all, public grants were given to create this place so surely it should be accessable to the general public? Sadly, due to the so called exclusiveness and the money expected for the fare offered it has absolutely no relevance to the average visitor to Saundersfoot. If you charge the prices, deliver the expectation that those prices engender, nobody minds the price if it's what they expect, just deliver what you promise!
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