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2015-09-24 288 views
If there's one thing I remember about Victoria Station's is how I used to wander around the 'train' and pretended like I was some atas lady in the olden days. While my family dined, I used to walk around the make-shift train dining section as my imagination went wild. Clearly I was a very funny child.An aunt of mine's favourite place to dine with Victoria's station so she used to bring me there to eat. But that has been many years ago and it's been a long time since I last ate here so my memory
An aunt of mine's favourite place to dine with Victoria's station so she used to bring me there to eat. But that has been many years ago and it's been a long time since I last ate here so my memory of the food might be a little off. Though I remember the food tasting exceptionally good especially being one of the better places to get steaks that are not exurbently priced.
For an afternoon meal with my mom, we decided to have some steak and would rather not drive into town with the bad traffic so we chose Victoria Station. No surprise that my ideal table would be at the 'train' section but the waiter instead led us to another table despite the area where I wanted to be being entirely empty. Rather than be difficult about it we proceeded to order our meal instead.
Though the taste was only so so and my steak was more medium than the medium rare which I had requested it to be cooked. Also I was not happy that I only got a measly tiny five pieces of sub-par roasted potato medalions. The sides were beyond disappointing and not even the steamed corn could make up for it.
I don't know why, I was expecting really good food from here because of the memory I have of dining there. So when the food was way below my expectation, I was disappointed especially since we now have many other places to get equally or even better steak meals.