"What do they serve?" I recall asking her.
"Pub food." she had confidently responded.
In addition, half of the tacos were comprised of plain, unseasoned shredded lettuce; the one tablespoon-worth of guacamole per taco was basically nonexistent. A bowl of watery, vinegary salsa rested on beside the U-shaped taco holders, just adjacent to a pile of stale storebought nacho chips. Nothing could have saved this culinary mess, not even the slightly toasted tortillas nor lime wedge intended for garnish (because why else would someone place dry slices of citrus fruit atop a taco if not for drizzling).
Little did I know that they had raised the prices without making updates to the online versions of the menu.
But that wasn't the worst of it.
Directly underneath the HST line read: "Gratuity (18%)". I almost fainted.
Not only was I required to hand over a total of five dollars of my hard-earned income to a downright surly waitress, the meal had been far below expectations at an absolutely unacceptable price. (Do people forget what they're actually paying for when alcohol is served?)
My recommendation would be to save yourself the trouble and frustration, and take your business far, far away from this horrid establishment. The management team is a failure at conducting proper customer service training, as is whichever disdainful member of authority determined that serving this so-called "food" of subpar quality was tolerable.