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4 based on 155 reviews
Jamal's, is a family run business established since 2005. It is a restaurant and take-away which specializes in the finest; traditional, classic & contemporary style cuisines from the Indian sub-continent.
Was a tad unsure of the place when first walking in. Was placed on a large table near the kitchen in a fairly cramped space and decorated with multiple shades of pink. Waiting staff wearing t shirts as uniform. Perhaps not the greatest first impression to set all in all. That said, the staff were friendly and welcoming. Excellent pickle trays with a good selection. My mushroom rice and lamb chilli masala (served on a sizzling plate) were superb. A nice fresh pint of cold cobra to wash it down with left me happy and content. Iâd definitely go back. Streets ahead of my experience in the agrah down the road.
4 based on 45 reviews
Moon on the Water is a VEGAN arts and music venue that operates as a not for profit social enterprise. We are located on the beach front in Cleethorpes and have stunning views f the Humber Estuary. We run on mainly volunteers and bring to you a wide varie
My son is vegan and was home from Manchester for the weekend. As I am sure you are aware, there arenât many places to eat locally that serve vegan food so we thought Moon on the Water fitted the bill perfectly. It was also my birthday so we thought we would go for lunch and a few drinks whilst chilling out to a bit of music on a Sunday afternoon. Upon arriving, we were left standing at the bar as it appeared more important for one of the members of staff to try to write âWhatâs Onâ on the blackboard. When we did get served, I requested an Oat milk Latte to be told there was no coffee on due to staffing issues which we thought was pretty strange considering how many different varieties of coffee and milk variations were up on the board. So we ordered cold drinks and I then asked if they were serving food only to be told that the kitchen was under refurbishment and hopefully would be open later in the year. I had been on the website to check opening times etc. and I would have thought that something as integral to a cafe/bar business, as the kitchen being out of action, would have featured quite heavily on the website but there was no mention of it. We finished our drinks and returned our glasses to the bar. There wasnât even a nod of acknowledgement or appreciation and the same member of staff was still attempting to write âWhatâs Onâ on the blackboard. We live out of town and given the appalling weather, we wish we hadnât bothered and will certainly not be bothering in the future
4 based on 23 reviews
We've visited The Gallery several times recently. We believe in supporting young people who are trying to make a career in hospitality, and we also enjoy extremely good quality food, which consistently comes out of the kitchen. This evening was a Seafood Taster menu of seven courses, priced at Â£17.50 per person - an incredible price surely, in anyone's book. Lobster bisque with tempura crayfish tails; squid; lemon sole in a brown butter sauce; mussels; monkfish wrapped in prosciutto in a delicious tomato/salsa verde sauce; Bakewell tart; Bailey's crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e. The lows revolve around service and this we find, is consistently poor. But this is not at all the fault of the students - they are simply not receiving instruction on how to wait at table, what to do and how to do it, what to say to customers and what not to say. They are not being 'shadowed' by someone with experience. Over three months, we've noticed not one sign of improvement. They should be supervised while they are waiting and given feedback on what they're doing well, and what they need to improve on. How can they possibly improve when they're just allowed to 'bumble along'? Some of the mistakes are so glaringly obvious, I cringe in embarrassment. At times I feel like I'm in a greasy spoon cafe, as my plate is plonked down resoundingly on the table with a cheery 'There ya go!' And to my shock, we were advised by the supervisor how to eat our bisque and crayfish tails, including which cutlery to choose. I've never been in a restaurant where someone has told me which knife/fork/spoon to use! This service factor alone means we'll have great reservations about returning. So sad, because the kitchen staff are superb.
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