The actual restaurant is very smart and the food was lovely, however the tables are squeezed way too close to each other. I couldn't have a private conversation without the table next to me hearing every word and I'm pretty sure they felt the same!
I took my sister for her birthday, we were both very excited to have a girly day which involved a fair bit of day drinking (we don't get to spend much time together). I didn't realise we were in a draught of prosecco! If you think 3 glasses is "free-flowing", then go ahead and book it, but in my opinion that just isn't what it says on the tin!
We were waiting for 15 minutes plus with empty glasses in between fill-ups... pretty poor service if you ask me. The fact that we had to wait so long for a glass of prosecco made me feel on edge and not relaxed at all. Continually trying to catch someones attention with my empty glass! One waiter filled the table's glasses next to us, said he would come back with a fresh bottle to fill ours up, but never came back. We had to ask every time for a top up. I wouldn't recommend paying for the bottomless brunch.
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