Decided try this restaurant as we were in town and had heard they had a good reputation The lunch was o.k. but not special. The service was lacking any flair or professionalism. .
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Ordered something simple and discusting. Fries and gravy, not a difficult order-freezer burnt, small pieces, clear gravy, large amount of sea salt pilled on top. They were shoe string McCain fries., couldn't eat them, and normally I don't believe in wasting food. Just couldn't do...More
Wonderful meal with drinks galore. Creative dining experience. The staff are very friendly and the atmosphere welcoming.
We recently enjoyed fabulous weather and sat outside while enjoying drinks and appetizers. What a super place opposite Stewart Park! The wings and mini pirogies were really tasty. The service was great. Fortunately you can sit in the sun or the shade. Also very well...More
Let me start off with the positives: it is a very attractive place. Historic stone walls, a lovely atrium in the beautiful town of Perth. Let me be more specific. The menu is very utilitarian. Just like you would find in just about every restaurant...More
Our running group has been eating here after the Glen Tay Block race and Kilt run for several years. They've always been slow, but this time was totally unacceptable. We tried to get reservations as there were about 20 in our group, but they said...More
Perhaps we just picked the wrong night or perhaps we were tired, but our entire experience here was terrible. Firstly, it took over half a hour to get our order which was neither demanding or complicated. Secondly, there was a very loud wedding party deleting...More
We went for lunch and service was slow. We had to ask three times for cutlery. We ordered wine and water and water never came in. Then I ordered Napolean grilled vegetables, one better than others, a bacon cheese wrap and a black bean burger...More
We had a nice dinner and a pint of the local brew at this large bar and grill in a fine old stone building with a view of Stewart Park. The beer was Waterloo, amber and IPA, both very good.