Inside this pub is sensational. Crisp but warm decor, a great outdoor area and enough quiet nooks to get away from the crowd. So far so good. The bar service is very ordinary. Slow and surly sums it up. Too many drinkers....too few people pouring a beer. Not only did i get thirstier standing there waiting but i was also getting cranky. Move on i thought....on to dinner. 8 of us sat down and ordered. The tapas entree was good. A range of saganaki, chorizo, corn fritters....all tasty. Im not sure what happened after this but we had a long wait until finally the mains all came out together and all were cold. Cold and listless. Actually cold, listless and a decided lack of taste. A shame. Its a beautiful pub that needs to sort out its kitchen desperately
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