The service was very fast - not the place for a long, leisurely meal. The servers were friendly and all work together to give you the best service. As the downstairs dining room was closed, we had to eat upstairs in the more informal bar area. My husband had the shepherd's pie which was good and I had the corned beef and cabbage. It was served in a soupy liquid which made the meal soggy. Will not order it again, but will go back and try their pizza or fish and chips which both looked good. Be sure and check out the kilts on display in the downstairs dining room.