A place that boasts a varied breakfast menu of over 20 varieties at very affordable prices (e.g. Marx breakfast is 3,80€), and known locally for its tasty venison and lunch options.
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It was a very pleasant place to go, although it almost lost a star on the speed of the service and the English Breakfast was a English Breakfast but is was nice breakfast just not a English Breakfast.
0 · May 4, 2013
Sorry I will this, but no feeling well at all.
Table for tomorrow is booked under my name, Antonia Lim! If you cannot make it then please please update your status so that other people can join. See you at 11am.. :)
0 · May 3, 2013
I keep getting emails telling me there is space and I should join. I am already on the waiting list, so I don't see why Meet-Up is sending out these notifications since the spot should be auto-filled. Is it just a bug?
0 · May 2, 2013
I didn't put autofill because then people don't realise they are on it and don't turn up.
Well it doesn't work this way because it said 1 spot available when I checked and it told me "you are on the waiting list", but didn't give me a way to take the spot (Sophie had the same problem below). What is the point of having a waiting list if being on the waiting list doesn't get us a spot when one opens up? When you do autofill, people do realise they are on it because you get an email saying "you are confirmed for ..." They choose not to show up because they had already made other plans or something.
Having run events with both settings, I have found that more people turn up when they have to actively choose to come rather than the automated way. I thnk you answered my question yourself - when people are automatically put on the waiting list, the mentality is that they then don't bother to change their status when they can no longer come, which is the problem.
Eleanor you could run a parallel event on next table. There are enough people on the waiting list for this event, you could pouch them.
...and then at the end of the Brunch we could see which Brunch event had the most interesting conversation.
By pouch did you mean poach or punch? Now I'm confused. But since I'm 19 on the waiting list I'll take anything.
I meant poach, sorry.
You can poach the waiters on to a rival event on the next table.
Haha good idea Matthew. Someone could just make a second reservation and we could take over the entire restaurant! Meet-Up party! @Kevin, being 19th doesn't change your chances of getting in. The way this event has been organized means the waitlist isn't respected.
I managed to grab a spot! Kevin, when you see a spot open, just change your RSVP from waitlist to Yes to nab it.
well done, you got the hang of it
My waitlist jujitsu worked, so I'm in.
Sophie was mine : D
Sorry what do you mean Sophie was yours?
Hi, can I take the one spot that's available? Or is it just whoever got on the waitlist first? Thanks! x
0 · May 1, 2013
?? if you see it, take it. looks like it's gone now!
whoops. Couldn't find the button to do so! As ever, thwarted by my lack of technological know-how - have fun!
It is difficult to get a place on any event involving food, hiking, photography, basically most events.
However you could always go for Breakfast at Grand Ma's with the Evening and Weekends group, it's on the Sunday.
Antonia I'm assuming your broadcast email applied to the previous brunch, but you can also count on me making it to this one as well.
0 · April 22, 2013
But if you miss it there is always International Vodka Day: "May the fifth be with you".
0 · April 17, 2013
Remember this event is on the only day of the year when you can make that Starwars joke "May the 4th be with you".
0 · April 16, 2013
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