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Biaggio Chez Victor

45 Wardour Street
London
W1V 3HA

Sat 11th August 2001

After being so badly disappointed by our attempt at dining at the Aberdeen Angus Steak House on Shaftesbury Avenue, we decided to eat at Biaggio Chez Victor. After all, I had had a very good experience there some while back.

As one would expect, Saturday night is busy, and we weren't sure we'd get a table. We did, and sat at the rear of the ground floor.

Service was a little haphazard, but we let that pass because it was Saturday night, and busy.

There did not appear to be any non-smoking area - luckily, the smoke from our neighbours wasn't too intrusive.

Neither of us was very hungry, so Marg ordered a starter portion of Penne Arrabiata, and I ordered a Pizza Napolitana.

Marg's Penne was a full portion, and we overheard a diner at the next table complain that their pasta was too salty - this was removed and replaced with a dish of her choice without fuss.

Service was becoming noticeable by its absence, and we began to notice the neglected state of the decor, and the fact that the tablecloth was grubby.

My pizza was passable - the base a little doughy. Marg's penne was acceptable.

Overall, the experience was a great disappointment in comparison with my previous experience.

I don't think we'll be returning.

Sandro and Marg.

 

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