With only a half-dozen or so truly British menu items, it hardly holds up to the advertising, but hey, we're in the heart of Little Dixie, so what should you really expect? I went to Sunday brunch with my daughter and grandsons and got a nice booth location in full view of two television sets running different sporting events. Since I was in a 'British' pub, I decided to try the most British thing on the menu which was the Fish and Chips. It was good. Not outstanding, but good. I can make as good or better at home, but it was worth the money. The only other thing I tried was the potato skins and they were really good. Washed it all down with a couple Guinness. I got out paying for the entire meal for four including tip for under $60, which shocked and delighted me. I'll be going back to try the Bangers and Mash, Scotch Egg, and Shepherd's Pie, but probably not all at once.
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