Service is friendly, the meze food is not overpriced and was tasty last time I had it. It is comparable in price with Tas, and it is easier to eat while watching a film than the previous big brasserie type dishes.
In any case the menu helpfully states 2-3 mezes will suit each person, and the £3 film charge.
It may not the finest restaurant in the area but then it is more than that, you can sit in banquettes/sofas/dining tables, watch a good film, or just sit at the bar choosing from their long drinks menu. I will keep going back!
However I went last night and they have changed the menu to over-priced, small meze dishes and started charging £3 to watch the films.
In addition, as soon as I had finished eating they told me to move to the front of the restaurant so someone could take my table to watch the film even though it wasn't to start for 30 minutes.
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