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June 25, 20122.0
I travel…a lot, both internationally and domestically. There is nothing distinctive about this place. It’s claim to fame? Convenience off of the adjacent slot floors. I’ve been here twice. My verdict? Eh…
As I recall, the final damages were not the highest I’ve paid for food of this kind, but it was not exactly a value meal, nor an enjoyable one. Some swallow the hype and gladly pay for it..
The food, if not unremarkable can be heavily salted, sent two soups back as a result. The dishes are about as pedestrian as they come. You do of course pay the ambience price when the bill comes.
I’d suggest the Sands deli over yonder in the same building.
I will not be back. Why would I?
Salty and reminiscent of a can of Campbell’s bean soup with of course more salt. I don’t understand who they are trying to impress. Evidently the clientele is too unwashed to care…
These dishes from the St. James Gate Irish Pub and Carvery menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.