Mothers day at the Aviator. We were on Sheppey for a flying visit and stopped at the garage opposite the Aviator for petrol. As we walked in through the doorway we were greeted by a smiling young man behind the bar who duly took our bar order. In one corner of the bar, there was live music being played by a young lady on key-board and a chap on drums. It was mums day and all the Golden Oldies were being played.
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Mothers day at the Aviator. We were on Sheppey for a flying visit and stopped at the garage opposite the Aviator for petrol. As we walked in through the doorway we were greeted by a smiling young man behind the bar who duly took our bar order. In one corner of the bar, there was live music being played by a young lady on key-board and a chap on drums. It was mums day and all the Golden Oldies were being played. The place was warm and welcoming and had a very nice buzz about it.
We asked if we could get a meal in the restaurant but being fully booked, we were offered a table in the bar. That was good enough for us, all we wanted to do was eat. We were shown to a table and one of the waiting staff took our order. Before our meals arrived, the manager came to our table and spoke to us up to the point of our meals arriving. He then continued further on into the bar, all the time speaking with other people who were seated at tables.
Whilst speaking with the manager, he informed us that although we would be eating in the bar area, we could chose our meals from their al-carte menu if we wished.
The menu we chose from was quite extensive, meat, fish, pasta dishes and salads were available. Vegetarian dishes were also available and a good range of mouthwatering sandwiches. The food presented to us, was very tasty, well cooked and well presented. Those who waited on table were also well presented, very polite and attentive. The wine list is very good and well priced. In our estimation, the Management and Staff of the Aviator, deserve a Gold Star for the hospitality they serve up at this establishment.
Very well done and thanks for making our day. Michael and Pauline. Date of visit: March Value.
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