We came here on a Sunday hoping to secure a table for brunch. Without any reservations, we had to wait about ~15 minutes before being seated which was fine as the rest of the group slowly rolled in, including E who abandoned his full spread at the Sofitel to join us.
Feeling a bit over-indulged, I only ordered a side of spinach. The others who had a proper go at the menu were all quite satisfied with their choices. The menu was pretty standard and offered familiar tastes and flavours.
Service however was a bit flaky, and we didn’t get a number of things ranging from water, water glasses, napkins, and S&P. The staff seemed forgetful / nonchalant both of which weren’t conducive towards providing sufficient service.
There was one more oddity which irked me a little. I’d ordered tea and for some strange reason, they’d taken the teabag out of the teapot. This was only discovered when I asked for more hot water for the tea, at which point a waitress took away my teapot, poured a full pot of hot water into it and came back to inform me of the fact. I struggled to fathom her strange logic.