Early Sunday dinner for two. Hardly anyone in the place other than kids playing chasey around the chairs. Service was pleasant and trying hard to please. He had an entree of bruschetta - diced tomato on small pieces of white bread, needed a flavour boost. She had a lettuce salad which was very nice as a starter. The mains which came out separately were a chicken milanese which was dry and as parched as the simpson desert but over large in size and a lasagne which had been overheated and the cheese had separated out. Trying hard but needs a bit of flair in the kitchen.
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