Mediocre food, mediocre service, mediocre pub. Had the Steak & Guinness Pie with a garden salad to start. The salad was served quickly, but I was given the wrong dressing. The main came in a little too long after. It was OK, but nothing exciting; I've had better S&G pie. My glass had what appeared to be lipstick on it's rim. What can I say.
The pub itself wasn't terribly special either; a little too bright and the atmosphere is a bit off. I'm not saying to avoid this place, but there are much better pubs nearby.
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