Euston - Pompey Ranger Review
I had cause to be in London and speaking to fellow Nandos fanatic Adam Nicol about where to go he found it shocking I hadn't been here yet so this was my destination for lunch. Euston as might be expected is right upon the train station of the same name and is immediately in front of you when you exit this 60's concrete monolith train station and is of the same ilk being a concrete single storey flat roofed box.
Upon entering it does seem quite nice, the front of store has long tables and high chairs all across the front looking out the window back at the station. Each seat has its own number and you will share your table with strangers either side all looking out towards the station. This bar set up whilst strange does suit the large number of traveller killing time before a trip and I was surrounded by business men, only slot 1 and 2 have a electric socket by them an essential if your cater to travellers in my opinion. The only draw back to this was the filthy window splattered in such a manner that it could have been a 16 year old boys laptop screen, a pox sufferers mirror, a hay fever sufferers windscreen or a splash back in a chip shops battering area. In case you don't gather from the above the window needs a good clean!!!
The rest of the store was made up of tables and was kept busy with many travellers coming in for a meal.
Food wasn't fast but it was ok, no one came to check on my meal during it but I think this might be to do with having to approach from behind, but they did come and ask if I wanted a dessert at the end. Toilets are individual unisex cubicles and were clean.