Warrington - Junction 9 - Pompey Ranger Review
This is a new store, surprisingly empty on a Sunday evening with only 3 other tables occupied. I was told to sit where i liked, which is nice but, since no one followed me with a Barci i didn't have one on my table, i didn't get a check back on my food, i wasn't offered the option of buying dessert ( I was going to get a Naughty Nata if asked ) and no one cleared my table even though i was sat there for a good 20 minutes after i finished my meal.
The store is clean and tidy with some excellent examples of art on the walls, i loved the painting opposite the mens toilet doors and would hapily hang it on my wall, reminiscent in some ways of the late grotbags. There is a metal trelis along the ceiling and a few good sized booths down the store with a comfy form seating along the back wall where i sat. The toilet urinals seem to be water free, but some one had thrown a tissue in one and there was some tissue on the floor, i disspare at scouses for thinking this is exceptable behaviour. The sinks were ceramic white shell coccoons with a useful mirror in the middle snd bright lights. The soap dispensers still work which is a rarety in Nandos.
I was surprised that when they seem to be rolling out the multiflavour beverage dispensers in the area that this new store has the old style dispenser, which did cause problems as i had to wait 8 minutes whild they struggled to change the syrup on the coke and then resolve gass issues before i could get a refill.
The chicken was nice though had suffered a little battering on the grill, i might of liked my Corn on the cobb a little more cooked but rather under done than over done and was pleased i was offered spice on the cobb.
The griller said goodbye to me on my exit when i was the last customer half hour before closing. Warringyon does seem weirdly quiet with everyone going home early when my iberian nature would mean I'm not normally thinking of what to have for dinner till 10.