We couldn't decide between a couple of restaurants on 19th September and unfortunately we must have picked the worst one! We got to the Zanzibar early in the evening and requested a table inside as we don't really like eating outside. The waitress told us very abruptly that we had to eat outside as the inside had been booked for a private party. Once seated and given the menu we were asked what we wanted to drink my husband asked for a lager and I asked for a glass of water. Before we knew it a very large glass of beer arrived - larger than a pint and the waitress was opening a large bottle of water and pouring it into both our glasses. Bread rolls were brought to the table together with a dish holding what looked as though it might have been tuna spread and a dish with small black olives, carrots and "herbs" obviously out of a jar and not fresh. We then hoped that the food was going to be worth it. My husband ordered chicken piri-piri with seasonal vegetables, what arrived was a small chicken wing and leg together with a dish of green vegetables which when tipped out onto the plate just looked like a pile of green slime, the vegetables were barely identifiable. I had ordered a prawn caesar salad, this must have had at least half a bottle of mayonnaise mixed in it, it was not what I had expected. We ate what we could and then asked for the bill - another shock 5 euro for the beer and almost 3 euro for the water and while waiting for the bill another waitress came and asked if we wanted to order dessert or coffee - poor communication between staff when we had already asked for the bill and they weren't busy. We were still hungry too certainly not an experience to be repeated. Everywhere else we had been the service was exemplary with good to excellent food and often cheaper!