Our first visit last week for lunch. The pub was busy but not heaving, and although we had been allocated a corner table, a couple just left and we managed to get a table in the window. Very nice.
Atmosphere was very pleasant and we hoped the food would be good.
We chose fish & chips, boring I know, but it's what we fancied. When it arrived, the fish & batter were good but the chips were chunky-style with the potato skin left on, and they were adequate but not wonderful. Tartare sauce however was clearly home made, and tasted lovely. Slice of lemon a bonus too.
Cappucino and Earl Grey tea were both very tasty, but I was disappointed to see that the inside of the small milk jug was not clean - presumably a dishwasher problem which I raised with the waitress. (Waitress was very pleasant btw).
We didn't have a dessert, but the list looked interesting and we may be back to try one another day.
While we were waiting for our food, I noticed one of the guys in charge sweeping the step clean outside, which was quite impressive. Hopefully the outside cleanliness is reflected on the inside too despite the milk jug issue.
Inexpensive at only £7.50 for fish & chips though the £2.50 tea and £2.25 cappucino weren't. In Total, £19.75 (service not included) is pretty reasonable.
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