It was a quiet afternoon when we went in. Only one other table was being used.
The layout of the tables is retro which gives it that old 1980s look and there's plenty of it.
When we were given the menu, I was a bit shocked at the pricing. Over £6 for a quarter pounder with fries isn't exactly what I consider "fast food prices" but it's better than Five Guys I suppose.
Pepsi: Now as you may know Pepsi/coca cola quality (carbonation, temperature, size and price) is EXTREMELY important to me as i'm a connoisseur of the cola beverage. The carbonation was great, lots of fizz, temperature was chilly so ideal, the size of the "large" is what I would expect and the price is the only area I don't like. £2.50 then £2.65 for a large seems a bit steep and I know about the "it's where they make their money garbage" but they get the stuff for around 2 liters per pound so just seems a bit greedy AND no refills (which is becoming ever so popular in the UK)
The food was very tasty however and the service was VERY QUICK with a polite waiter.. The pancakes were dry and were hard however...
The Muslim worker there had her two babies just roaming around in the restaurant which did create a lot of noise and seemed unprofessional. For 3 people it came to just over £26 (one with a dessert) which is ok for a proper restaurant not a fast food place.
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