Saturday, 4 June 2011

PIRI PIRI VILLAGE REVIEW


yo, i went for food at some place we have been on about going for ages the other night. i thought it was a pretty big deal so i took pictures and reviewed it. here is what was going on.




NAME: Piri Piri Village.





LOCATION: 151 London Road, Leicester, LE2 1FE.







MENU: the food was real nice. the chicken was very tender and soft, and just felt like it just cost a bit more. the marinade was thick and very tasty. all the extras were pretty good too, the rice was soft and nice, jamies coleslaw looked good. nice and chunky. the wedges i had were just oven ones though, with no frills. also, they had a indian buffet option, all you can eat, so i think that it something for another day. 7/10.











ATMOSPHERE: this was a weird one to judge. it was kind of like a restaurant more than a fast food place. very relaxed and chilling. music pumping out or loads of people would have ruined it. they had a bit of music, and everyone who was talking were just keeping there conversations down. however, it wasn't like there was an atmosphere really. the place was so big, it was hard to gage. 6/10.







DECOR: mental. we spent the whole meal constantly looking around at the room. it was like an old church or community centre or something. massive room with wooden details and really nice chairs and tables and that. it looked good, in short. 10/10.







SERVICE: there was this fun little European woman who was just like a nice waitress. like in a restaurant, a real one where they come to your table and serve you. also, it was relatively dead too, so they were there if we needed anything, but not annoying and imposing. also, this chap, maybe the manager told us to have some poppadoms from the buffet while we waited for our food. they more or less got it perfect and just left us alone, however, it did take a while to come out. 8/10.







PRICE: its a tough one, because it cost more than your standard chicken and chips, but then it was more than your standard chicken and chips. but they were selling 49p price marked rubicons for 95p. it was about a tenner each, and we both had a big main with 2 sides and 2 drinks. 6/10.







CONCLUSION: it was good, and the chicken tasted like it wasn't just the cheapest breasts they could buy. i could imagine if you got the right dish, it would be brilliant, and the indian buffet that a few people around us where having looked and smelt great. ill deffo go back for that sometime. all in all it was pretty nice, but not the most unreal thing ive ever had.





FINAL MARK: 37/50.

1 comment:

Martinz said...

THIS RESTURANT IS THE SHITTEST RESTAUNRANT I HAVE BEEN TOO THEY WERE VERY RUDE AND THE CHICKEN WASNT COOKED THE MANAGER AND ANOTHER THING WAY TO EXPENSIVE DONT GO HERE WHATEVER YOU DO IF YOU WANT TO GET POISENED THEN BE MY GUEST.