We had a party of seven for Mother's Day breakfast and ate with a couple of Luke's regulars who have always raved about the place so had high expectations - perhaps too high. The venue is small but excellent views, tables & chairs are basic but comfortable. We had two vegans in our party, my daughter & her partner, and the treatment they received was nothing but embarrassing and rather offensive. Our waiter clearly didn't want to work that morning and his attitude to all of us reflected this however he was outright rude to our vegans. The menu obviously didn't cater well to vegans but our daughter ordered the fruit platter without cream and/or ice cream but got it and her partner ordered a foccacia with avocado - both of which were components of other dishes so should not have been an issue - apparently for our waiter it was. Our drinks order wasn't taken until after the meal order and whilst soy milk was an option it too caused offense to our waiter it appeared because when the drinks finally arrived he felt the need to pass a judgemental comment once again. My husband ordered a white tea and was forced to request milk a further two times before it was delivered; his "big breakfast", although nice really wasn't big. Our youngest daughter did not request black pepper but was given it anyway and when she said "I didn't ask for that" she was told "Yes you did I heard you." The breakfast was very nice - nothing out of the ordinary though and given our treatment we'd be reluctant to return for breakfast.
Perhaps Lukes is a great restaurant, perhaps dinner is a better experience. We probably won't be finding out though.
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