Still open and the reviews are mixed with complaints about service. Still open and the reviews are mixed with compliments and complaints about food. Still open and the reviews are mixed since the makeover with complaints about service and cold food - More Detailed Update. Still open and the reviews are more negative than positive with complaints about the limited menu, food and service - More Detailed Update.
Still open and the reviews are mostly positive and were also positive before the makeover - More Detailed Update. Still open and the reviews are negative about the food, service, and prices. The show only renovated the front portion of the restaurant - More Detailed Update.
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The restaurant seems happy with the makeover - More Detailed Update. Still open and the reviews are pretty much all positive. Seems to operate as a bar too as they have a lot of live music and drink specials. Seems to be more of a bar with karaoke rather than a restaurant. No Other slowly became recognised as one of the greatest albums ever made. At half past three of a chilly weekday morning, waiting for the milk train to Brighton, it slumps into thoroughgoing desolation.
Populated only by waifs and strays and nocturnal crews of expatriated Africans whose cleaning jobs must rank among the dreariest to be had north of Burkina Faso, the concourse is as unhomely as a combination of petty-mindedness and contempt can make it. There are no seats. These have been removed lest homeless people find some respite on them and make the passengers uncomfortable. Passenger comfort, however, is not greatly aided by sitting on the ground.
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Only ticket-holders are permitted through the august gates at this hour — again, in case vagrants get in and annoy paying customers, which is a job best left to the police. Bobbies perambulate in tandem, as bored and disconsolate as everybody else in this sinkhole, quizzing travellers on their bona fides.
Heaven forfend that the wrong kind of itinerant should sully the steps to the shopping plaza with their unprofitable presence. At times like this, the Sony Walkman comes into its own. It is your truest and trustiest friend, especially if you have recently been given a Gene Clark tape and this is your first chance to listen to it.
You know that Gene Clark was in The Byrds, a band you admire rather than as you later will adore. Your older colleagues treat all Byrds-related matters with a reverence that borders on the devotional.
This inclines you to be suspicious, particularly as you finally got hold of the Gram Parsons solo albums, only to discover they were not the one-way ticket to Elysium you had been promised. They were, well, OK. Excellent in some places, but a touch humdrum in others. Still, life is a series of disappointments, as you tell yourself, summoning all the shored-up wisdom of your 24 years on the planet.
And with the sceptical apprehension of one who has lived , you understand, you slot the tape into place and hit the play button. AT LEAST, that's what should happen at this point,; but the first side of the tape contains the Roadmaster album, which at this point again, you will later come to cherish it strikes you as a fine if straightforward country-rock record with some beautiful moments. It's, well, OK. On the longer stretches, it progresses at the speed of a drowsy and somewhat footsore mule; otherwise, you are afforded plenty of opportunity to note what grass looks like in the dark — black — and to audition your newly acquired tape.
You flip it over to No Other and, at last. How could a record this good, this gorgeous, this inspired, exist for 18 years without you even having heard of it? You, who know so much about pop music that people are prepared to give you money to air your opinions. Derisory sums of money, it's true, but what the heck, you'd pay to do it if you had to.
Not for the first nor last time, it occurs to you that maybe you're not as well-informed as you might have thought. Maybe you are, in truth, an ignorant slob. But you're an ignorant slob who knows out-and-out magnificence when he hears it.
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By the end of the journey, you're on your third play of No Other and this is truly a first you don't want the train ride to end. You are as close to being happy as you will ever be on your own at six o'clock in the morning. You recognise the feeling; it's the same sensation you experienced when you first watched Wings Of Desire. Like all voluble cynics, you are a pathetic sentimentalist at heart.
The idea of angels walking among humanity, invisible, unheard, is as touching a fiction as you have seen on screen in a long time. You were, after all, the kind of child who sneered at the death scene in Bambi , craven little weasel that you were.
The screen seraphs provide succour to the lost, the confused, the dismayed, the downhearted. Not so mundane if you're the neighbour, Arun LOL. I'm in Australia taking a break from the din and kinda dreading returning home to the techno dangdut assylum. For me, it's all about consideration for others. Quite a simple concept that alas many Malaysians don't seem to grasp ergo noise pollution and road rage. The perpetrators seem to feel they are entitled to do whatever they want and sod everyone else.