Having visited in the past we thought it would be nice to revisit for family meal Staff are friendly but clearly rushed off their feet which is reflected in the poor level of service. Garlic bread with cheese starter was just a slice of bread with a bit of cheese melted on top, it arrived within seconds of ordering it and was very bland tasting and not overly warm. Main meal arrived under cooked and had to go back, second attempt wasn’t great. Dessert appeared to be defrosted from freezer making the cream watery which was vey disappointing. Very expensive for the quality of food, level of service and the tables are so close together you are literally sat on top of each other. Sadly we won’t be visiting again anytime soon.
Wife and I went there Tuesday evening (3/3) our anniversary. We ordered starters which arrived within minutes, ok so far, but as I just finished mine, my wife was just taking her last mouthful when along came the main course. After desserts our evening was over after a hour and a half. Obviously, as they seemed quite busy, they wanted our table for more customers. Shame, because the food we had was very good, but we were there for a night out and not just to pop in for a quick meal.
What a lovely place this is from the outset, first impressions from the outside was how lovely the place looked and then from going in the restaurant has the true Italian ambience. Service 1st class, friendly and attentive staff and the food was wonderful with good size portions. The only slight negative would be that once we had finished the starters, the main came out straight away so would had liked a bit of a gap but hey next time we can ask for a gap would 100% recommend this place
Having made a booking for six earlier in the day, we turned up for our dinner only for the chef to immediately turn around from the kitchen and shout "can't you see on the sign... we are closed!"
With a confirmed booking, we were a bit bemused and when mentioned this was rudely dismissed with an added "we don't have space anyway" before the chef turned his back to us.
When the waitress came along and confirmed that we had made a booking and he was mistaken, we took one look at his thunderous face as we were waiting for a table to be ready and decided this was not somewhere we wanted to eat. A real shame, but we went to Rimjhim instead and received a much friendlier welcome.