Visited recently, and sadly, all the original fittings and fixtures have been removed including the old style, "flying cannisters" that sent the orders to the kitchen.
The refurbishment includes a restoration Bar Counter, and looks ok, however, those who visited the restaurant in the past are saddened by the makeover.
The menu is more formal, and although some of the old favourites are still there, the prices have increased, and the atmosphere in the restaurant has been lost.
We ordered Pizzas, and the House Fish and Chips which boasted a light tempura batter. The Pizzas were undercooked and had to be sent back to the kitchen, and the batter on the fish resembled something that would have been purchased from a local supermarket.
The staff were amazed at the fact that we complained about the pizzas, and after some debate, they eventually relented and agreed to cook them thoroughly.
When we went to pay the bill, we were not charged for the Pizzas, and the manager apologised for the inconvenience. It was, however, a bad experience, and we will not be returning in the future
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