Good but not extraordinary fish and chips. The novelty of battered Brussels sprouts and pigs in blankets was too great to turn down and a good bit of fun. The aesthetic was nice and we got to overlook the main area of Bourton, this is just across from the takeaway part of the restaurant which didn’t actually have any such negative impact on the dining experience.
Staff were extremely friendly and notified us of the non-vegetarian oil. In general they were very chatty and couldn’t do enough for us. The presentation was cute with the food coming out on retro 60’s dinner plates your Gran would use for best.
The portion sizes were huge too, although it is a rather pricey fish and chips but it is important to remember you’re in the Cotswolds. The fish was really nice and the batter was lovely. The chips were good if nothing you couldn’t get from any other chippy.
The bathrooms were also super funky using kegs as urinals. If you’re into bathroom aesthetics, these are certainly worth a trip to the little boys or girls room.
All in all a good experience.
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