The waiting staff were friendly and attentive but unfortunately the food was a real let-down. My starter of Funnghi All'Aglio was over cooked and oil saturated mushrooms ladled on to a slice of plain white ready-sliced bread. My main course was medallions of beef in a tomato sauce (off the specials board) at £16. The beef was simply two slices of thin over cooked steak (similar to frying steak) certainly nothing like what my understanding of a medallion of beef was. The two bits of meat were coated very liberally in what I believe were chopped, tinned tomatoes loaded with dried mixed herbs. My wife accurately commented that the food was similar to what we used to make for ourselves as students before we had learnt how to cook properly.
The sad part was that the staff clearly seemed to think that the quality of the food and its presentation was something that they should be proud of.
We declined any further food or drink as we were concerned that if we had a coffee, it would be a supermarket's budget own label instant coffee and any sweet would be a thawed out something from the kid's section in Iceland.