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Standing at the empty bar to order my work colleagues a drink each only to be approached by the manager who accused me of 'looking strange' and apparently I had two choices, walk out or be thrown out. Since when is it a crime to...More
In Liverpool to visit family and decided we fancied a Sunday Lunch before we caught our train home.
We arrived at start of service, and restaurant wasn’t particularly full. Poor first impression as waitresses ignored us and it was left to the bar man to...More
It's such a shame this restaurant is closing in a weeks time. The staff have always been helpful and friendly. I had the fish and chips last Friday, as usual excellent. I glad to hear that most of the staff will work for the new...More
Visited on a Saturday Night as part of an 18 party Stag Do! Got 2 great tables by the window on the Hanover Street side and it was great watching the world go by. Busy restaurant and bar with a really good atmosphere. Great interior...More
Came here with family for lunch, the menu offers a wide variety, I went for the tapas selection including fish cakes, Halloumi and salt and pepper chicken wings! My dad also got the tapas and they brought the wrong thing out but was fixed very...More
A real ale with 4 real ales out of 12 pumps with 2 stouts ordered a breakfast which had plum tomatoes written but didn’t receive and waiter came over and said plum tomatoes are missing she went and got and received grilled tomato. But the...More
We had brunch-egg benedict, great. Good selection or beers, fair price, lovely staff and service. House cocktails 2 for £9.50 (not Saturdays though). Comfy seats (mostly) all in all a generic alehouse/diner but nothing wrong with that!