I was a member of a party of 6 that had dinner at Sixty6 on a recent Sat night. The table was booked for 8:30. We arrived for 8:30 but had to wait standing beside tables for 20 minutes before we were seated. It was 10:00 when the main courses were served and 11.00 before we could leave, having waited 10 minutes beside the till to pay the bill.
The first item served was bread, which was good, but was just dropped in the basket on the table to be eaten off the table or our napkins - there were no side plates on the table service, though they were produced when we eventually got a waiters attention. I had cod for main course which, possible because it was sitting in the bowl for ages, was just a piece of stewed fish with some watery stuff on the bottom of the bowl to pass as a sauce.
The poorest aspect of this restaurant’s offering is the wine list. Wines are so overpriced that we resorted to just buying the cheapest wines - €28 for a very standard white - such as the supermarket would buy for €7 or €8 - and €29 for the red.
Then, after a night of very slow service, mediocre, and not cheap, food, a 12.5% service charge is added to the bill and it is up to the punter to challenge this charge (which I did). Won’t be back.