A group of four chose this place due to previously looking at the menu in the window on a walk round the town, so we returned later that same evening. As we entered we were a bit surprised as its not really a restaurant, more of a very small (almost dinghy looking) local pub. Our hopes were raised however by a couple who had just eaten who stated that the fish and chips were excellent.
We had three starters. Loaded potato skins (cheese, bacon and jalapeño). These were ok, but nothing I was not expecting or that tasted better than any others I had, having said that, they were potato skins so you can't really do an awful lot to them. 'Mexican' soup - very creamy with a slight kick to it. Tasty, but very very watery, not finished.
Noodles with chicken and prawns - probably the best of the three starters. Tasted good and there was plenty of chicken and prawns. Huge portion that could easily be eaten as a main dish or a shared starter with someone.
The mains consisted of two fish and chips - Now these do not come as we expected and instead of a wholes fish it is three medium sized goujons. Having said that both people who ate this did say it was very pleasant.
Beef fajitas - not much wrong with these, but again not anything to shout home about.
Rack of ribs - as above really.
The accompaniments to all dishes were fine (chips well cooked etc).
The price for three starters, four mains and three alcoholic and one non alcoholic drink was one hundred and fifty pounds (GBP).
The place/food was ok, but nothing more. The other places we ate during our short stay knocked this for six!
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