That's the riverside terrace of Revolution, it's just off Coney Street in York. I took this picture while eating next door at City Screen. I'm sure that you've spotted it already but I'll repeat it just in case.
"We were actually blown away by how good the food was" - Yorkshire Evening Post.
Actually blown away? Had you said, "We were blown away by how good the food was" I would have understood that you were using the term figuratively. But to state that you were "actually blown away"? How? Where to? Obviously you weren't blown far enough, as you were able to post your fatuous review.
I don't know what scares me more, that someone wrote that in a review, that the Yorkshire Evening Post apparently employ no sub-editors and printed it, or that Revolution actually (note correct usage) use this to promote themselves.
I am boycotting Revolution and the Yorkshire Evening Post, obviously.