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I'm not expressing an opinion, just stating fact.
I'm not "having a go" here Yorky, but just wonder why your posts about the place have been quite so pointed. I didn't see you there that night.
Because I think the idea has been badly thought out.
I haven't been there because I am not a lover of French nouvelle cuisine particularly at the prices per pound.
I have heard two very good reports (from Colin and yourself) and two not too favourable comments from others. I have heard no further reports since Monday 25th March.
Regarding the Facebook squabble, I find it somewhat disturbing and immature for management to publish such potentially libelous comments on an open forum. Four people that I know have seen and read the comments but I'm not prepared to transcribe them here on this forum. If you wish, I shall PM the text to you.
Individually it is up to us if we patronise them or not but I don't like to see negative comments by people who haven't been (this is a general comment not aimed at Yorky).