The place looks fantastic but the food was not that great and the service was almost non existent.
We went in, and no one made eye contact with us, or spoke to us. We stood in front of the front counter for some time then just picked up some menus and sat down. Some of the waitresses had noticed us and walked past us several times but they made no contact. We were sitting down for about 15 minutes and still no one working there said anything so we just went back to the front counter and ordered.
We ordered the Betty page burger, the fish burger, vege burger and the american hotdog.
Each with curly fries and shakes. The shakes were delicious but the burgers were average at best. I would much prefer a whopper jnr over the $13 burgers we got. When you pay that much for a burger I was much more hoping for something better than what my dad had chucked together after a night out out at the pub. Comparing the burgers to the price equivalent of something at burger fuel there is quite a distance in quality and taste.
We sat around and chatted for another hour and half and no one came to check on us or offered to take our plates away. Something the 50's era, which the place is modeled on, is renowned for....service.
Im glad I tried it, but most likely will not return.
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