This is part of the Crown Carveries group. As others have said, the experience of the food depends largely on when you arrive and how long it has been lying under the heated lights. We were lucky as fresh turkey and roast potatoes arrived as we were being served. They were excellent. Conversely, the beef had been there a while and it wasn't all that good.
Subject to the above, value for money is excellent. This venue was reasonably clean too.
One problem we found was the muzak. For some reason this restaurant, in common with many others, wants to impose the sound on you whether you like it or not. Why don't they provide a quiet room for those of us who like to talk?
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