They advertise an Indian and English menu well it tasted like frozen packet meals the staff were just short of downright rude and couldn't be bothered what can I say I won't be going back AGAIN
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Stopped on Monday,no food on offer,the place was empty,so I didn't even stop for a drink.I have eaten here before but I think it must have changed hands.
Visited with my dad and my son for lunch on Sunday. We got there at 12:15 and there were no cars in the car park. Went in and there was barely any wine or spirits on the racks at the back. There was one woman...More
I arrived with a business colleague for a quick lunch time drink and a snack. The place was empty, stood at the bar for 5 minutes, no one around. Shouted for attention, no one around. Went to kitchen door 2 people leaning on the counter....More
First of all this is no longer a part of the Koconut grove franchise, the pictures need updating. We went for a drink this evening with some friends and I was appalled at the service! The girl behind the bar never smiled once, and sounded...More
Attended pub with family for a casual saturday in the beer garden . Served a 'cloudy' guest pilsner and after questioning bar manager was simply told "And ?". After waiting what seemed an age told other beer ordered was 'not available'. Clueless young barstaff running...More
Nice welcome, OK quiet but it was an early Tuesday lunch with good friends - we sat outside in the beer garden in the sun, very nice. We all enjoyed chicken wraps, salad and chips which we all enjoyed.
Just been for lunch today with friends and would not go back. No atmosphere, no music, staff with as much personality as a pencil. We asked for a late and cappuccino and ended up with 2 milky waters. We were served by a waitress who...More
Since the nice couple I think they where Andy and Lynn we have been in twice and each time has been worse than the last. It had taken 15 years plus to get the right people in the brewery should be ashamed of its self...More