Between us we had:
The food is visually appealing with fresh vibrant pops of colours. Everything tastes as it should with no surprises good or bad.
Our main course empty dishes sat there for a long time whilst they swept the floor and tidied up around us and generally avoided eye contact. Eventually someone came over to ask if we wanted anything else and we couldn't help but feel their preference would have been that we ask for the bill. Unfortunately we are not ideal diners as we didn't comply and had a round of coffees and dessert. And then when we did ask for the bill, there was no follow up when the cash cards were pulled out so we had to go up and pay. Maybe that's what happens when diners eat at the end of a lunch service but it's sad if that's the case as surely that shouldn't matter and service levels shouldn't dissipate just because we're at the back of the queue.