Aroma, Freeport, Braintree Reviews
Aroma, Freeport, BraintreeBy: Rex Inego | Apr 27, 2009 07:24 AM
Run by the Aroma Restaurants Group, this is the first among eight of their restaurants that was established in 1997 at Stevenage Leisure Park. This one is near the Braintree train station. This restaurant is clean and the interiors are designed with an eye for style. The food and the interiors are a feast to the senses. Prices are affordable too. This restaurant offers buffet with 30 different types of dishes for lunch and 60 dishes for dinner. The starters, tepanyaki, desserts and the main menu have a fixed price. They offer you culinary delights from the Far East.The staff are always there to help you. The teppanyaki areas give you the opportunity to pick your noodles/meats/vegetables which are then cooked fresh for you. The Aroma Groups have won many awards namely The Mall Retailer Awards in 2000 and 2003 for their excellence in customer service, Winner for best young business in catering in 2000 and a Basildon Business Award in 2000.
Pros: Wide range of dishes to choose from. Genial staff. Spick-and-span. Affordable Price.
cons: Toilets Upstairs Seating arrangements can be better.
conclusion: The Aroma restaurant is a comfortable place to dine once in a while. This immaculate restaurant is worth visiting.