Was there for a return business luncheon with friends, having been there with the same group before and it was good enough to return. My only complaint about the spot is that accessibility is definitely an issue, as it is difficult for those of use who use canes to get around. And once inside, you also have to watch your step as canes and crutches catch on the flooring.
However, once inside and seated, the food is definitely worth it. I am a fan of British pub style food, and this place definitely serves up authentic dishes. The bangers and mash are classic, and the fish and chips are better than classic! They even have the requisite haggis on the menu - though I doubt they get many takers in Vermont. Even though it is a "Scottish Pub," the food is much more what I would expect to find in Great Britain.
They also have the standard American pub fare, hamburgers, sandwiches, and the like, for those who don't feel adventurous. And if you do, the smoked salmon club is a very good mix of the 2 cuisines.
Both visits were in a group of about 12 extremely fussy executives [we meet monthly for a luncheon meeting to compare notes and exchange ideas], and I have not yet heard a single complaint abut the food [something which is extremely rare!]. A group this large does stretch their seating arrangements, but the staff has always manage to accommodate us.
I have not yet been there for the dinner menu, but am definitely tempted due to the quality and flavor of the luncheons.
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