We arrived about 9pm for dinner and were shown to a stunning terrace way out the back.The terrace is not visible from the front of house and I thought wow what a hidden gem with a stunning view out to sea! There was a large Irish wedding party numbering over 100 in situ and looked to be just finishing their meal. We ordered a cocktail for my wife and wine for myself and we were regaled with songs by our fellow countrymen while awaiting our food. We both had onion soup costing €8.20 which was a bit steep especially as it was tasteless. I mentioned to the waiter about the quality of the soup to which he replied the chef does not add salt and pepper ,he leaves that up to you, Hmmm? We both ordered steak and while waiting I ordered a glass of red wine for my wife as she had finished her cocktail which she declared delicious! the steaks arrived, my meal was tepid but I decided it was fine & soldiered on but my wife sent hers back as the steak, potatoes, vegetables and even the sauce were cold. I asked the waiter about the glass of red wine! 10 minutes later my wife's steak arrived back & still no wine! as I had finished my meal ( the steak was excellent quality and well cooked but the fries were frozen junk). I had plenty of time to get the attention of a waiter who was named Molly from England and was great, she got things going and the wine finally arrived followed by the Manager who spoke through Molly as he couldn't speak English and presented us with a glass of Cava each on the house to apologise. The bill was €87.50 (plus a tip to Molly) which on another night might have been justified but not on tonight's experience.The cure would surely be a new management team and a few staff members more like Molly.
I will watch future reviews with interest to see if things improve.
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