I see that some reviewers had bad experiences but I can only speak for myself and my party of three and we had a great time. The food was fine: nothing spectacular but not bad at all. We ate the buffet selection and it was all good, nothing too greasy or cold. Service was prompt and friendly and our table comfortable and roomy enough. The main reason to eat here, however, is the décor. The entire place is tricked out like its name: it looks like a first world war aerodrome and the memorabilia on every inch of surface is in keeping. There are planes in the front and back yards and models and bits of planes all through the restaurant and bar. You can sit outdoors in the back which overlooks an active airfield. Pictures of most pilots a history buff would recognize are on every wall and the corners and halls, entry way and even the "latrines" entry are decorated to look like a French villa taken over by air corps. My group had a blast wandering around (it wasn't terribly crowded on a Friday at midday) just looking at things. As a restaurant, we found it solid. As a sort of theme park for adults, we loved it.
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