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Chantrey's Restaurant at The Imperial Hotel
The hotel’s opulent silver-service restaurant with resident pianist, serves accomplished, creative dishes, using where possible fresh local produce for the ultimate fine-dining experience.
Booked table for 6.45, arrived and Bistro empty. Ordered our drinks from the bar and told a man behind the bar that we had booked a table for 6.45. He said that we had not booked as not on the list. And even if we had there was a coach party in the restaurant and there was a 60 minute wait before we could order any food as tge kitchen was very busy. He went to the office to check if we had booked and in the meantime I showed him the email confirmation. When eventually he found our booking he said we should have been told there was a wait for food. We found the staff to be rude and not abit helpful so we left and went elsewhere. When we booked there were many time slots available to us. Obviously they give priority to coach parties over the Bistro and can not cope with catering for both. I did email the hotel and they basically said they do cater for coach parties before other people in their restaurant and bistro. Would never go there again.
Everything was very tasty. Menai mussels a little disapointing.(starter) Otherwise an exellent meal for everyone.
Food was good but waiter did not know what blue steak was and when it turned up it was medium rare. Otherwise a very enjoyable meal.
A quaint bistro with friendly staff and a good location. Menu was good although I was taken aback by the ceaser salad having smoked chicken which purvaded all other flavours.
Overall it was a lovely night out.
Evening meal was OK. Just went for the steak, so nothing too ambitious. Attentive service but let down by a rather tired room. Out of season visit so very few diners. Prices were OK.