Being around at Jewish quarter around the lunch time I looked for some place to eat. As Ariel bears the name of my son I checked it out on Facebook and the tripadvisor. I came across some really scary reviews especially from my fellow Brits. So although very sceptical I just couldn’t ignore my son’s name.
As I entered the place was totally empty and I was the only customer. So I think to myself ‘good luck, this will be a nightmare’.
But immediately I know nothing about some disengaged waiter., instead my waitress is swift and polite and she is fluent in English with great knowledge of the menu and with straight honest answers.
I’ve ordered than the starter., main., water bottle and a double espresso at the end.
Everything came out of the kitchen in perfectly timed sequence, not too quick and not too late.
The food itself was great. Tasty, genuine and perfectly seasoned. Not blunt at all. The cabbage filled with mushrooms and barley was great as were latkes with it.
And the best part., I spent for all £15.
I don’t tent to give anything for free as I myself am usually treated without any mercy by my own customers, being a professional in the hospitality business. But in this case I have no option but to give a honest 5 out of 5 for Ariel.
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