My wife and me enjoyed a relaxing stroll along the River Thames one Saturday this summer, when we ended up at the County Hall just as we began to become hungry. My wife loves to try different types of foods so was very keen in trying Ozu Japanese Restaurant. We entered the restaurant and were kept waiting for longer then we had expected. Just as we were contemplating leaving, a member of staff came over and seated us. Once sat down the staffs were very friendly and helpful making sure we were comfortable. Our food came and smelled delicious and once we began to tuck in tasted even nicer then it had originally smelt. We enjoyed a glass of wine each with our meal, which wasnít the best glass but the food, made up for that. Once we had finished we were full and decided to relax for a few minutes before departing. The staff was very accommodating and didnít rush us in anyway which was nice as many other places are keen to get you in and out. Overall we completely enjoyed our experience.
What utter garbage it is that Captivate Marketing compiled. He seemingly "completely enjoyed" the experience of rubbish wine and being kept waiting excessively? Not to mention the spelling and grammar...
Aren't they meant to be professional? Or is all that meant to give the illusion of a balanced view?
My wife and I were enjoying a lovely morning at home surfing the internet and posting comments on our favourite restaurants, when we discovered the London SE1 community website. Initially I thought that the branding and design were poor. However the sharp eyed commentators and general information was excellent. Overall I completely enjoyed my visit to London SE1.