It is a real shame as it is probably one of our closest pubs but the Sunday lunch we had was shocking. The biggest issue was the meat, it was roast beef and the meat obviously been tenderized, as it looked as if it had been run over by a studded tire, the texture was bizarre. Unfortunately, all the tenderizing in the world obviously couldn't save this meat, it was as tough as old leather and tasted like nothing I ever wish to put in my mouth again. It also had a strange tang to it, a weird flavor that I couldn't quite put my finger on. It was only on leaving the place that I wondered if it really was beef... in which case what was it... my stomach churns at the thought and I wince every time I pass the place and see the sign saying 'Fresh Food'. If it is fresh, which I sincerely doubt, then what exactly is it and how are they legally allowed to sell it.
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