Along with my wife and adult son we had Sunday lunch at this restaurant today. With it being Bank Holiday Sunday, I pre booked a table by phone. However when we arrived although our reservation was confirmed and there were empty tables all round. It took several attempts for the waitress to find a table for us. Presumably due to the fact that it was Easter, nearly all the female staff where wearing bunny ears. Unfortunately I don’t think some of the staff thought this was a great idea and we could certainly sympathise with them. The waitress taking our order was far from a happy bunny. The drinks arrived almost immediately and the food followed soon after. I had the Sunday roast beef, my wife had the Cumberland sausage, both of them where well presented very tasty & wholesome. My adult son had the gammon steak. This meal was neither well presented or wholesome quite disappointing. We decided we would have another round of drinks & a dessert. Unfortunately although there appeared to be staff in abundance, 45 minutes after finishing our meal & drinks no one came to see if our meals had been ok. No one came to see if we would like another drink or a dessert. The annoying thing was watching lots of young staff laughing and joking. I don’t blame the staff for this but the management. One would suggest that if you are going to spend lots of money refurbishing the restaurant & turning out quality food, that you might spend some time training your young staff. On the whole disappointing. A real shame.
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