30 Reviews / 30 Ratings
Good Place and Good Food
Fusion 9 welcomes you with what promises to be a great fine dine experience, all with its flamboyant lighting, fine accouterments and polished staff and then soon I started to browse the menu and large variety of food listed in the menu, non veg and veg both were awesome. Starters, main course and desserts, all were good, beer was good. Desserts were particularly great with a huge selection of cakes, rolls, macaroons, ice cream and fruit and coming to the price part, it is not very huge to your pocket if you are a food lover.
If you are looking out for a place with great Ambiance,Taste and Hospitality, This is the place for you. Even though the building from outside looks average when compared to other star hotels within the same compound, you would change your mind the moment you step into the restaurant. Having said that F9 offers the best Ambiance,Taste and Hospitality, it certainly is quite expensive but trust me, its worth the money you pay. I would say an average of Rs.1,300 to 1,700 for 2 excluding liquor would be ideal. We were 8 of us and it cost us around Rs.6500 excluding liquor.
We had been meaning to try F9 for the longest time and decided to head there last Saturday. The place is enormous - what I liked at first sight is that it's clearly divided into 2 sections - one meant for diners and the other meant for those who want to sit around, drink and catch up. So the decor is different accordingly.
We thought we might have a beer before dinner but the waiter told us that they didn't have any - which is quite strange considering F9 has a full fledged bar. Minutes later though, we saw another table being served Kingfisher so were a little surprised but we'd started dinner by the time so decided to leave it.
We ordered Indian - lamb chops and butter chicken with naan, roti, dal makhani for main course and chicken in five spices wrapped in banana leaves for starters. The food was good - the naan was fresh and hot. The butter chicken is the best we've had yet. The lamb chops were great too. Dal makhani was a bit of a letdown but overall, can't complain.
The bill was quite high but I suppose the lamb was the reason - 1700/-. One thing we'd like to point out is the televisions - why do you need a TV in a restaurant? It's bizarre to say the least. Anyway, overall, we liked F9 but not a place we'd frequent. Maybe a couple of months later?
Place to hangout
I had been to this place with my uncle though I dont take wine , My uncle said drinks are a bit over priced . This place provides the prefect ambiance to chill out and hang out with friends . The buffets are comparatively cheap . The place is a bit crowded during the weekends . Would recommend to try this place at least once .
Inky Pinky Ponky
Getting invited to Dine out midweek at a new swanky restaurant is definitely one way to perk up the week. I was headed to Fusion 9 in 2nd floor in Tulip Aruna Hotel, looking forward to meeting other bloggers and foodies.
The lunch started at 1.30 and went on till 4.15 or so, there was plenty of conversation, interesting discussions, and ofcourse good food.
We were seated in a smart private room, and were given free reign to order whatever we wanted. We all decided against the Buffet and went A la carte. The last time I was here with a friend, we ordered some dishes from the menu and they were quite good.. The portions I discovered were quite large, which made the price they charged seem worthy!
These were quite nice, the veg dimsum had onions, garlic, ginger and few finely chopped vegetables in it. Within minutes they were devoured and we were all set to order few more starters. In the veg category, we sampled Bang Bang Mushrooms, Chilli Paneer Sticks and Veg sushi, oh not to forget the Mezze platter.
The mezze platter had pita bread, hummus, curd mix, small steamed samosa like things with spinach stuffing and then of course there was the infamous Baba ghanoush.
After an hour or so, as the conversations flowed, so did the main courses we had ordered.
I quite enjoyed my Parmesan Risotto. It was quite rich and filled with flavours. The potato gnocchi was ok. The sauce was a little runny and the gnocchi felt a little heavy. The other potato dish was yummy, especially the way the vegetables served along with it had been cooked. So light and yet a burst of flavours when they hit the mouth.
The one dessert that is quite divine here is the German Chocolate Cake- it was deliciously sinful... :)
Make a reservation before landing there, especially over the weekend. Have heard the place gets quite full. The seating options are sofa and normal table chair style with plenty of natural light floating in.
More Pub than Restaurant
Went here for lunch on a Saturday and have to say the bar counter in the middle gives you the feel of a pub. The drinks are expensive but the lunch buffet is pretty cheap and it has a decent spread considering the price. It also comes with two non veg starters, two veg starters and a cocktail.
The Ambience is very good to just relax and have a couple of drinks. The seating is well planned and the buffet has just about everything bigger buffets have. The only disappointing thing were the desserts. But the place is worth a visit.
Classy but pricey!
A new uptown restaurant comes with its own set of expectations. More so if its housed amidst established hubs. Lying alongside mainland china and sigree is the recently (more than a yr old I suppose) arrived fusion 9.
As I walk into the restaurant, it was elegance that greeted me. Nicely laid out tables with dim lighting evoking the perfect evening mood. Being a Saturday evening, it was packed (a reassuring sign). Luckily we didn't have to wait for long for our table of three.
We started off with the mezze platter which had falafel with 3 diffferent dips including hummus and mutabbal (my favourites). Chennai has not really caught on the Mediterranean authenticity barring those rare exotic restos. All others though making claims come cropper when it comes to these dips - especially hummus. So we were looking forward to the platter whih arrived without much delay. The sight of the falafels didnt look right and as it landed onto the tatse buds, reinforced our suspicion. Now I must admit my indian tongue liked the feel of it but it was nothing like the original ones which all of us grew up on in the arabian lands. The dips were however satisfying. Not to say it stuck to the originality but a good effort in comparison to the options available elsewhere. Mainly the hummus. The mutable was just ok and I had no idea what tzaziki was all about. Just tasted normal.The pita breads came in two varieties, the reasons to which are best knows to them. The soft ones made for a good melting treat while the spicy crisp one was dud - none of us liked it.
For the main course we went with iranian joojeh kebab, grilled fish steak and chicken cordon bleu.
The kebab arrived first. All of pounced on it but it didn't invite us for repeated tries. It tasted all right with enough marination sticking onto the meat. But somehow not the melting types. The fish was mine and I must admit it was soft and sunk in with ease. Though I didn't understand where the crab mentioned in the menu was :P. The Chicken bleu came looking puny. The accompanying saffron sauce not to our liking. But the meat though tasted fine. Nothing to complain apart from the serving size and the tinge of mustard it carried all over it. For drinks I had the cranberry mocktail which struck the right note.
At the end of a meal it is the feeling of satisfaction that makes for a perfect finish. In this case though we felt a little cheated on the quantity. If not for that, fusion 9 got it all right. Classy interiors to warm servers. Comfortable chairs and wide variety of menu offering. Only cuts a deep hole in your pockets with the quantity not really justifying the price.
Too expensive for normal food
Veryy very expensive for very normal food.its meare hype over this restrnt.
If u want to show-off that u can spend money for anything, then its for those ppl.
Ambience is good but dull lighting.
For tasty food lovers. Plz dont step in.
I m alwys ready to pay more if its really worth it and i hav tasted more yummy and diffrnt dishes in other places. But this is total waste of money.
Great appetizers; hit or miss main course
went for dinner on a sat night.
Ambiance: Pleasant and great dim mood lighting that fits a restaurant. Ideal for large groups, and for conversations. No great outdoor views and all that though
Service: Excellent! very caring and attentive staff. well trained and can talk about the menu well. In fact one of them described the dish well enough to dissuade me from ordering it (this is what you expect sometimes)
Food (Appetizers): Great wide eclectic selection from multiple cuisines. But they are not throwing the kitchen sink into all cuisines. very choicest dishes from each cuisine is listed (think they want to ensure what they offer is something they are capable of making well). Excellent and tasty appetizers (try the spanakopita, the teriyaki mushrooms)
Food (Main Course): Very disappointing quantity and presentation on the non-indian selections. taste wise nothing great to rave about. Left me asking for more (may be because the quantity was not much)
Beverages: decently priced, but they did not have chilled beer, just cold beer. They were about to open the bottles instead of asking me for temperature check. caught them in time. Beers were not chilled. They had to throw them in deep freezer but still couldnt chill it much
Worth a visit!
We went there on a Saturday night and the place was not too crowded. The ambiance is nice and the cocktails are great. The starters were pretty good to go with the drinks, but the main course was just about alright for the price. What I liked the most was probably the service- starting from the food suggestion to the speed and politeness.
Overall it's a good place to go for a relaxed drink or two- although slightly on the expensive side.
Very. Good place. Not so expensive either.
the approach to this place might be a bit of a pain. It's like they converted a banquet hall into a lounge. However you must go there for the choice of spirits and some very tasty food. The options on main course and starters are but less. But then good food is important and more choices. I am going to be a regular here for sure. You must too.
Plus it's not so expensive.
Shit place....overpriced for average quality food
You go there expecting that the food would be a bit ok. You see the menu, the prices are a bit on the expensive side, you order thinking the food would be good. You get such a poor quality food. They have Italian, Indian, sea food...we tried all 3 Indian and Italian were so bad.
When i read the reviews i imagined this place would be uber expensive but its not. Considering its a place the average upper middle class would visit, Rs. 300 for a dish isnt expensive in my opinion. I tried the thai green curry and boy, they have done their home work!
The drinks arent too expensive as well. Nice ambience and live music on fridays. Its a great place to hang out.
Love this place...
I have been three times to this place the last being yesterday. Each time the experience has been a relishing one. Though I feel the food is slightly overpriced - it is compensated in terms of the quality and the variety served. One of the few places that offers authentic cocktails -again the variety is really commendable. Overall would recommend this to anyone who is looking to have a lazy evening entertaining friends over some nice cocktails and exotic food.
Went with my friend for lunch. I ordered a veg quesadilla and my friend ordered a chicken steak. The food was quite nice and the service was pretty quick on that day. The only negative point about this restaurant is that there is limited option for vegetarians. Good restaurant and would definitely visit again
You can check out my complete review at http://myconnectionwithfood.blogspot.com/2012/01/fusion-9.html
Visit Number 2
Well, to start with , this place has really good ambience. The concept of an island bar is interesting. And the place is also not too noisy and the tables are not so close together like some of the other popular restaurants in Chennai.
The food I would not say is great, but it is worth a try to complement with drinks. The vegetarian buffet option is pretty sad, and we chose to go a la carte..
The service is pretty good. We were a group of 7 and we are students. We ordered drinks , but the waiter was insisting one of my friends ( who looks really underage ) for her ID. Since she did not have it, they refused to serve her drinks. But after talking to them a little and telling them we are from the same college and hence all our IDs should suffice to show that we were all of the drinking age and after a lot of hesitation, they conceded. They were extremely polite during the whole situation.
I went back to the place for the second time for a specific desert- the german chocolate mousse. It was YUMMY the 1st time, but sadly the taste was no where near as good the next time.
The view of the kitchen with the chefs hustling about is good cos it shows how clean the kitchen looks. Over all, a decent place for some nice quiet dining
Fusion 9 is one of the first restaurants I visited in Chennai and the experience was so unimpressive that I remember nothing of the visit. I did not even give the place a second thought until six months later, I was driven by the hype again to it. This time, I decided to give it an open mind and try and find a memorable point or two.
The ambience is lovely - cosy (especially with it being a weekday), perfect for solo/group outing, casual/dressy outing, ethnic/contemporary clothing - whatever your mind might want on a particular day. The seating is comfy and relaxes you enough for you to want to spend a lot of time at this place, drinking, watching sports on the screen and just chit-chatting.
Now comes the sad part - the food. I understand the food is supposed to be experimental fusion, but I found it to be dull, lifeless and boring. Even experimental food is supposed to taste good isn't it? The food I ordered was too salty, too oily or too spicy. In fact, the portions were so unnecessarily big that I got bored eating half way through the food. The uninspiring tastes really made me wonder philosophically about the materialistic need for meaningless eating out. The dessert was downright sad - I ordered gratinated fruits, when I got served a bunch of unpeeled apple pieces and unpitted watermelon pieces with icecream. Really!
The service was neither here nor there. Some of the waiters were really nice, very friendly and helpful. Some others, who also served the table, were rude and indifferent. They even managed to mix up orders. I guess the lack of consistency is another reason this restaurant gets mixed reviews.
Overall, I feel, after two visits, that the place is over-hyped. They don't know what they want to be (yet surprisingly they are doing well!). I was surprised that some reviews compared them to Jamie's Italian in London (I wanted to drag a knife through my heart when I read it - Jamie's is one helluva perfect restaurant). All is not bad though - do visit for its ambience, cosiness, drinks menu, bar counters and the TV screens. But don't go there expecting Jamie's.
Fantastic restobar in the centre of Chennai!
We visited Fusion 9 on Sat night (29th Oct 2011). We are a married couple living in London and were on a holiday in Chennai. We eat at restaurants almost 3-4 times a week in London and are keen food critics. The ambience is simply superb. Dim lighting and nice music...giving a relaxed feel. Great service...very friendly staff. A very wide range of beverage selection. We had a selection of breads to start with....the selections was as good as the one we get at Jamie's Italian in the UK. Also loved the pitta with humus (which was my favourite). Had a non-veg platter for starters (wasabi prawns, thai fish, lamb & chiken)....fantastic. Couldnt stop eating. My wife had pizza for mains....the pizza base was so soft and at the same time crispy. Loved it. I had thai red chicken curry for main...one of the best thai curries I have ever had (we both are keen on thai food!!!). Right amount of spice too. For desserts, we shared a choco brownie with icecream, the brownie literally melted in the mouth! Fantastic food topped with nice service...Overall a wonderful experience and would definitely recommend this place.
Fantastic! will be returning and recommending
My husband and I visited Fusion 9 yesterday evening and really enjoyed it.
We live in London and are used to eating out in high class restaurants there so have high standards and expectations. Fusion 9 did not disappoint.
Delicious food, wonderful ambiance - top quality and variety - and decor and excellent service.
We will definitely be visiting again when we are next back in Chennai.
Left of the Middle.
Options (and elimination by extension) is the essence of work/life balance these days. Food got me thinking: do I stick to the "Hello" I had such good food in last time or do we try a) Ashvitas new place off Mowbrays Road? b) Tuscanas new touch by Turnbulls? or "Fusion 9"without the arduous journey on Sterling?. With the heat on the verge of running out in Madras and the monsoon not set in "Alfresco" would be a terrible choice for lack of conditioned air.Rules out option A. Burrper "Stanoid" and his exploits with Tuscana and their organization made for a terrible read over a few months ago (which is why I have strictly avoided their places so far).Just for the record :I believe he has been wronged but dont endorse the route he took.Option B no go.Fusion 9? Well : wats to loose really.
I dread places that are called Fusion :not because the term does not sound Dolce Vita,Its just that most places that 'say' Fusion ',mean' they serve everything. While fusion is supposed to mean 'best of both worlds', some inventions are a disastrous mix that makes you wonder why people are so audacious with experimentation on my money?.At the same time : not worth having a formative opinion on something you havent tried..So, here I go.
2nd floor up, with the Restaurants name mentioned beside the button was a relief. Dont have to ask anyone. Plus (since this is the only floor labelled), you know its possibly here to stay for a while.A mix and match of tiles, odds and ends and wood flooring keeps you a little confused on what the theme could be (until you read it as 'Fusion'). Was promptly received by the captain who suggested seating on the other side of the bar. Since this place doest not entertain floor to ceiling windows (and I would like to limit my entertainment to that), for a single person I was just happy the place had "seating for two" atleast. Most places have humongous 'seating for four' which makes it very odd for a single person. (Interestingly,someone once told me that they feel "sorry" for a person seated alone. Makes them look lonely, she said. With a country of a billion plus people : do we need company in just about everything? :) I guess thats why the seating at the lounges are more popular than bar stools).The table mats were a welcome break. Not those thin plastic/paper ones advertising the entire yellow pages section: but ones that would absorb heat and the weight of the plate well and not pass it on to their table.
The bar (as mentioned before) is the centerpiece. The open kitchen is towards the left .On second thoughts the bar is good in its own way. It has seating for bar specific patrons on one side and tables for two on the other. I think the people who designed it obviously understand their environs well and have not gone overboard with bar stools on both sides. This is supposed to be a 'drink and dine' establishment.The bar is a "no frills and memorabilia" place. Makes it very drab looking.Although the glass panels above certain parts gives it a 'sun roof feel'. Open kitchens again depends on how you view it. The good part is that you know the kitchen is as 'sanitized' as the resto. Which means the roaches dont get eliminated while straining the food ala Quasi-Chinese joints.But places with open kitchens do tend to have the entire environs not conditioned effectively. Too cold a place affects an open kitchen more than anything else. The place was almost at room temperature for me (which is around 31 in the evening now). They are not too noisy though and dont band and brandish their equipment like a Spanish flamenco dancer (with audio to match). Full points on the loo as well. Just by the door. With a small waiting area and extremely neat men's loo. Its worth the piddle.They maintain separate menus for food, drinks and desert. The pricing (for most part) has not changed with peel over labels. Shows that their selections sit well with the intended audience. No cruet sets on the table. But there was an olive oil dispenser.
My waiter was a confused kid called Prasant(Without the H). In the hour and half that followed , I became Prasant's nemesis asking him so much , he became exasperated with the constant checking and re-checking I made him do! I am sorry. I compensated him for it.Lots of sections I wouldn't bother detailing : but what stuck me was there was no Fusion specifically. Anyways, not to get too hung over a name : was pleasantly surprised to see a Ceaser Salad with a BACON option.Most places get you the standard Vegetarian or Chicken variants. Got that for a Starter. The bowl is spotless white (as It should be ) and large but not too deep. The Quantity was sizable for a salad. The best thing about it was the quantity of Bacon. Most places do a Ceasars with a lot of lettuce and (a little) of meat. This was in great proportions. A nice big Strip of Salty, chewy bacon right on top with a waffle of cheese and bite sized bits of bacon with the lettuce, cherry tomatoes (non marinated or sun dried), Bread crumbs with an overdose of Mayo. That last bit was a little annoying : but Im guessing asking for a Ceasar's is to resign yourself to a Mayo overdose.Prasant's thoughtful 'nod and dont understand' notwithstanding ..
For Maincourse I stuck between wanting a Risotto-based meat dish and a Pasta. I picked the pasta knowing fully well the 'interoperability' between Indian rice based dishes, Chinese fried rice and the thousand options between Madras, Beijing and Calabria.:) The Pasta secion includes FuPS and lasagna as well. Did not feel like 'fighting' a spaghetti, so picked a Fusilli with Meatballs. Since this was with a red sauce : picked the 'non arabiatta' based Neopolitan ..Whoever said Sparky's meatballs were not good: should make it here. The meatballs are minuscule compared to what you get there. The Pasta felt overheated (and consequently snapped more freely), by the grace of the almighty the sauce came out good. They do supply a decent (almost) loaf of bread when asked. So I spent the next few minutes polishing off some sauce with the bread and olive oil.
Skipped Dessert and contemplated an Amaretto (they have a pretty decent Liqueur section for their patronage) but settled for an espresso (single shot). You'd actually have to try really hard to screw up a basic espresso. Though they dont stock molasses.
The drink :
They had a very limited section of drinks, but has been made use of well to make a decent cocktail list.The main bartender (Arun or Amit : the tatoo on his hand reminded me of a Joshua Tree :) said their most popular drink was either a Strawberry or a Watermelon Margherita. Makes sense with this heat. Sadly their wines are extremely limited. He said they have a tie up with Four seasons : so for reds you have a choice of a Cabernet Sauvignon , a white is limited to Sauvignon Blanc .They also have a Shiraz (on paper). That or the other brand is Zinzi. (I remember Zinzi being a flashy wine label in the front with rancid turpentine on the inside from 6 years ago). Thank you, no!. Between the devil and the deepsea it is better to stay on the boat. The White is (obviously) chilled. Inexplicably, for the weather conditions here, the Reds and Shirazs are served at room temp .31 C? Please!! Even the bottle says room temp means @ 18 C. So got a Fourseasons Sauvignon Blanc for the starter.
Arun, sensing distate, did offer something that was not a part of their Menu . This is a Chilean Wine called 'Gato Negro' Merlot (Red). He did offer a complimentary tasting of a prev. uncorked version and said I could get one ,should I prefer it.
So for maincourse , I asked him to suggest what works: Red or Shiraz. Well, Shiraz on paper : but they didnt stock it. So a Merlot it was. Decent stuff . For a Merlot. Nothing extraordinary. Please keep in mind that there are no vintages on these though. Possibly all of a 2007/08 batch tops.
Surprised that the service tax was not as hefty as I've seen in other places.
1 SB (white) Fourseasons, 1 Merlot (Red) Gato Negro, Ceasar's Salad (Bacon), Fusilli Meatballs and Espresso priced @: 1900 including tips.
3 1/2 for me. This place is doing its best (I know). It reminds me of the new guys in my team. Full of the necessary energy and enthusiasm but lacking direction. They are trying (hard) to cater to that 'middle-of mid' sections ,an audience moving up :but unsure of whether they want to stick to their guns or try something else . Sadly the term 'experimenting' means you change the food to suit the audience (for a lot) while it actually means trying the 'no frills original recepie' (for a select few). Hope they will be successful in their journey or they will begin their (inevitable) descent into average land like Creme cente.
Great new find
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Fusion 9 is a new restaurant in town and we trekked here to see whether it was worth the fuss. Dim lighting, an island bar and music playing at an appropriate volume (unlike Zara's which believes in blasting the ears off its patrons) give Fusion 9 a lazy lounge feel.
They have a vast and varied menu with East Asian, Continental, Lebanese and Indian options. They also have a separate dessert menu.
For starters we had the lemongrass and corn cutlets (I forget the fancy name that the menu gave them) and spice paneer tikkas. The cutlets were very average. Lemongrass has a distinct flavour which can't be mixed with just anything. The flavours were all wrong and the dish had a weird aftertaste. I quite liked the paneer. It was soft and the spicy sauce complemented it. Though not everyone in the party was a fan.
This was quickly followed by the main course. In search of good Thai food in Chennai, I picked an all time favourite: Thai Green Curry. The Green Curry was wonderful with just the right amount of coconut milk, veggies and spices. It got all the flavours right and was a tad on the spicier side. The rice it was served with wasn't great but the Curry was so good that I didn't care.
We also ordered the Lebanese Pizza, a dish that I had never tried before. This turned out to be a stuffed pizza dominated by cheese and oil soaked herbs. The dish was pretty decent and though I'm not a huge fan, if you are looking to try something different, then you may want to go for this.
The traditional pizza with cheese, olives, sun-dried tomatoes had a lovely thin crust. I really liked this pizza.
Others ordered the Tenderloin and Veg. Shwarma and had only great things to say about both. A special mention to the potatoes with the Tenderloin: artfully presented and tasted great. All the mains were priced around Rs. 400. Portions are quite large.
We had our minds, and stomachs, set on dessert and placed our orders after much deliberation. All the desserts that we ordered: the mascarpone apple tart, the cheesecake, the tiramisu: were wonderful and hit our sweet spot. But the best of the lot was the chocolate walnut fudge sundae. Chocolate, whipped cream, walnut fudge, brownie and crumbly, chocolate filled biscuits came together in a decadent, melting mess. Each dessert cost Rs. 200 or thereabouts.
The service was very average and needed constant reminders to get our drinks. They have a super clean and very nicely done loo.
Fusion 9 is great place to have a long dinner with your friends: enjoy a few drinks and some great food. I definitely intend to re-visit this place.
Pricing: Rs. 600 per person (without drinks)
Unbeatable Food and Service
As an expatriate splitting my time between Europe and India, it is often difficult to find good european food. Fusion 9 delivers a wide range of quality european food as well as their fusion fayre. They make lovely cocktails and the service is excellent. This is not a bargain basement buffet sort of place where quality is more important than quality, so it that is your thing, then you will be dissappointed. If however, you are a little more sophisticated and use cuttlery and appreciate wine, then this is more your sort of place.
This restaurant definitely speaks for itself once u step in . The moment u enter fusion9, their interiors take you by surprise.....the soft lighting with the open bar and the comfortable seating and the aromas wafting from the open kitchen...yummmm....Fusion9 hasnt compromised on anything...be it, their food, decor, service ...name it and u hv the best of it !
Chennaiites ...dont miss it !!!
Worst place !
I went somedays back to this place.
We ordered 2 Starters and 3 Glasses of liquor and we gotta bill as Rs.2300/-
Secondly nothing was good.
And there was some bad smell around coz of open kitchen and food kept for buffet in the restaurant.
Please Fusion 9 u need to change alot.
Keep it up!
I hope Fusion 9 will continue the extremely good work they're doing. I've been there twice and both times I've been impressed: very good food, alcoholic drinks available, very good service, tastefully decorated place, very good music, immaculate toilets. And good value for money. Well done!
My new favourite place
After all of my frustration with Tuscana, I have been looking for a new place to spend my hard earned cash. They say that when God closes a front door, he opens a bay window. This is certainly the case for me. I was bowled over by Fusion 9: great food, great service and a calm ambience. It's perfect and best of all it's great value for money. They even have a licence to serve alcohol so you don't have to get your wine in a beaker like at Tuscana. And....and...they have a car park so no more handing your keys over to morons who give it back to you all scratched up. This place has certainly made my week - I will be going back.
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