Main courses sent back as they were cold, and a total of 6 different staff serving us.....oh my goodness, this place really is the worst in SE1
Used glasses sat on the bar for 30+ minutes while the staff stood around chatting....and £9.20 for a Gin & Tonic is just outrageous !
In 3 words: DO NOT GO.....it will be closed down again soon anyway, judging by their current performance !
It is exactly this type of attitude that will hopeful close this restaurant/bar down - just exactly who do they think they are ?
We walked 2 mins further down the road and had a lovely meal at Bermondsey Kitchen instead
Once at the table one of us wanted water, the other did not. We were nevertheless obliged to buy a big bottle of water as they don't mineral water by the glass.
Food was remarkably good: a lovely creamy lentil soup, excellent navarin of lamb and a state of the art macaroni with mushrooms.
Service was aloof, indifferent and once again we had to use sign language in order to make ourselves understood with bad english speaking staff: a London phenomenon. The girl at the door was particularly unwelcoming, which, I believe, is not exactly the purpose of this role.
Good food, good value, nice venue, bad service.
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