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Simon Aplin
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100 people
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Gregory Crisp's profile photo
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  • University of Gloucestershire
    Editorial & Advertising Photography, 2006 - 2009
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iOS App Developer
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  • Privax
    Senior iOS Developer, 2015 - present
  • Nimbletank
    Senior Developer, 2013 - 2014
  • Chelsea Apps Factory
    Senior Developer, 2012 - 2013
  • The Virtual Forge
    Senior Developer, 2012 - 2012
  • Mubaloo
    Developer, 2011 - 2012
  • Moonpig
    Senior iOS Developer, 2014 - 2015
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(Short version: surly staff, wrong order, advertising offers they don't honour but the food is good) I decided to give this new pizzaria a try for lunch. I was greeted immediately by someone eager to take my order, hovering over me and asking me what I wanted before I'd had a chance to look at the menu. When I decided I asked if I could take advantage of an offer, they had multiple signs up above the counter advertising it. I was told that no, I couldn't, the offer didn't exist and they were taking the signage down at some point in the future. When the food arrived I was given a take-out bag and, when I looked doubtful, the server asked if I wanted eat-in, which I did. He hadn't asked when taking my order despite his grumpily telling me "Well you did ask for take-out." I ordered two slices of the Butcher Shoppe pizza and, while the restaurant wasn't at all busy, what I had received was a vegetarian calzone of some description. This might explain why the server was so grumpy that I'd asked for take out as he'd given me the entirely wrong order. Perhaps he thought I was someone else? When I finally got the pizza I ordered (still in a take-out box, I noticed) it was very tasty. If you can tolerate shoddy service for good pizza, it's worth a visit.
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