I think it's a case of slim pickings of dining options in Wilston as to why this business is still in operation! We have dined there on multiple occasions for breakfast and while the food is OK - it's nothing special - especially for the prices charged. The service is very average at best, however there are a couple of staff members that are always pleasant and helpful. The rest are rude and couldn't be further from helpful. We dined in for dinner this week and based on that experience - will never be eating or drinking there again. Having ordered an eye fillet and a serve of pumpkin and spinach gnocchi, we were served our meals after about a half hour wait (it was a Monday night and they weren't very busy). I am not sure where the cook was trained, however what was served was NOT gnocchi. What was served were about four baseball sized 'dumplings' sitting in sauce. Cutting in to what was supposed to be gnocchi - we realised it was little more than fried pumpkin bread with spinach in the sauce it sat in. Dry, tasteless, disappointing and - not what was described on the menu. If the cook wanted to do his or her own spin on the dish - perhaps it should have been called something else. The meal was completely inedible and when we asked an older waiter for a look at the menu again (with the plate pushed to the side) he didn't ask why and barely walked close enough to fling the menu over to us behind his back. We ended up sharing the steak and leaving very unimpressed. When we were standing near the counter to pay our bill, a staff member was settling another bill and didn't even acknowledge us. When he finally looked up at us - he did not utter a single word but instead started waiving the printed bill toward us to get our attention. When we said "hello - how are you", he replied with "I've removed the gnocchi from the bill". If he had handled that moment differently - he could have potentially salvaged the situation, however based on how incredibly rude and disrespectful he was, we will NEVER set foot in that place again. What chance does a HOSPITALITY business have if they have Buckley's idea of what being hospitable means! From our various experiences there I can honestly say that that place is amateur hour.