Big servings, lots of fried food and lots of butter etc. If you are trying to watch what you eat, this place is not ideal. It is large so it can accommodate large parties and it is on the river so there are many decent views v. staring at a painted brick wall like many eateries. The host at the front was a real weak link on the day of our visit and despite failing over and over to do such a simple job (in full view of the manager no less), nothing was done to get this poor dude on the right track. With a line full of hungry people (customers), that is the wrong time to try and train or retrain an insufficient employee. This type of management approach will undoubtedly permeate the rest of their operation too so they will unlikely get a return visit from me even though the food was okay.
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