Called here after doing a Duck Tour on the Thames the same day. 3rd September 2016. The food looked appetising in the window and the place wasn't empty which told us the food must have quick turn over so will be keeping it hot b fresh. My partner had a few noodles and said they were OK but could have been hotter. I had a bit of most things and it was quiet tasty but I agree could of been hotter. The whole place gave you the impression of one of them Grotty Takeaways from the 70,s and you can tell it must of been an old like tea room cafe in The past the way it was set out. After reading a list if rules that resemble the do,s n don't,s of entering a prison you are free to go up with Plate that's more the size of a saucer to get your food. Rules of the House. (1) any food left weighing 100grs left will be charged at £2.00. (2) No food n drink to be fetched into restaurant. (3) Children to be supervised at all times. (This is one rule I did applaude). (4) No cards taken only cash. (5) Max time to eat food 1half hours. Like I say I'm surprised you didn't have to sign the official secrets act as you entered. Service for drinks was fast and paying wasn't a problem £3.50 for 70cl bt of sparkling water. £7.95 for buffet style food.
Would I return mmmmm possibly not but for fast and cheap I guess it appeals to some people..
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