What’s Cooking

332 Reviews

Star Travel Rating

2/5

Review type

Things to do

Location

Date of travel

May, 2017

Product name

What's Cooking

Product country

Liverpool

Product city

Liverpool

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We stopped into “What’s Cooking”:http://www.whats-cooking.co.uk/ at Albert Dock for a late lunch of fish and chips. The four of us were sharing two orders as we were going out for a nice meal later. This is a restaurant that advertised fish and chips for £9.95 on a sandwich board outside on Gower Street. The patio was full so we went inside and were shown to a booth, served our drinks and our order was taken fairly efficiently. The problem was our food never arrived. We never saw our waiter again. We saw other food being delivered to customers at other tables and it all looked appetizing. After 45 minutes of waiting, my uncle spoke to the manager who apologized. We cancelled our order and the manager didn’t charge us for our drinks. We left the restaurant by the door leading to Albert Dock and in doing so walked by the kitchen. Not surprising, there was no sign of our meals; plenty of burgers being cooked but no fish and chips in sight. It was a disappointing experience that started out so well.

Denise Bridge

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