This place is well-run, and the food is above average, though not top notch.
The midweek buffet is a tale of 2 halves: The starters are generally good, but the mains are padded out with veg (especially peppers and onions), and meat/ seafood-light.
The restaurant has been decorated and furnished well, and has a surprisingly upmarket and pleasant feel.
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