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We visited with friends for a few drinks. It’s a large open plan pub/restaurant which I learned was part of a cotton mill warehouse that was originally built in 1854. It’s been tastefully converted on the side of the Lancaster Canal.
There were more than...More
Great start to 2019 6 course meal great soup, with walnut bread ,scallops ,Sea Bass main
Panacotta ,cheese and biscuits and sorbet plus bottle of prosseco
compliments to Chef and staff who made it a lovely evening
Really lovely, take your time and let the world go by type of place. Easy to find a stones throw from lancaster centre. Parking is right next to the pub or there is on road parking nearby. 🚗 We booked ahead being a group 4...More
Called in for a few drinks during our weekend in Lancaster, pub is in a good location with lots of outdoor seating alongside the canal where you can try several of the large selection of very well kept real ales, add to that the pleasant...More
Found this bar/restaurant on the internet and travelled around fifty miles to give it a try. Was not disappointed. Situated on the side of a canal, roughly five minutes walk from the town centre this old mill has been excellently renovated into a split level...More
Every time I have gone to this pub (with my partner, my family, with friends), I have had a great experience. The food is delicious - you certainly get what you pay for. Most recently, I had the pork belly, which was cooked to perfection!...More
We have visited here a few times. Usually it is very good with tasty food. We have encountered some rude bar staff a couple of times but it seemed they weren’t enough staff on for the time of day so they were stressed. They put...More
Staff were very friendly, however food was really bad, the batter on everything that had been battered was awful and ruined my appetite. Chips were still frozen and mushy peas had been microwaved so had a dry crust which immediately put me off. Camembert was...More