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Great fast friendly service, best coffee I have had in a long time. Will definitely be going back there, thank you everyone who works there
Location and ambience is good, nice outdoor area but food quality seemed to have deteriorated a little. The chicken Parma's chips were slightly overcooked and the seafood linguine's seafood were tiny shrimps and mussels. I remeber them to be pretty good so would give it another go... Also, online menu seem to be different...
Whilst dining experience was good, being older persons it was extremely difficult to read the menu especially at night I.e. black print on brown paper. Much easier when black/white menus were provided.
Extensive range of food. The food was very tasty. Although very busy for lunch, the service was prompt and efficient. Excellent buzzing and relaxing atmosphere in the restaurant.
The Servery is a nice local (Glen Huntly) cafe. With it's bare red brick walls, industrial overhead baton lighting, timber tables, serves comfort food such as pizza, pasta, and more at an affordable price. It also sells alcohol too. It's sweet menu could use a face lift, upgrade. It's a warm unpretentious place, where locals come to dine. It also has a Take Away, delivery service. It's a great place for both a quick bite or a function.
The food was delicious as usually. The service was friendly but a little slow. The courtyard could have used a clean as there were ashtrays overflowing on the tables.