This building is a stunning example of Victorian architecture and style, the inside is breathtakingly beautiful with wonderful carved wood everywhere you look. It also has lovely stained glass windows and amazing ceilings in fact almost everywhere you look there is something for the eye to enjoy. It has two dining rooms a large downstairs and a smaller one up. In addition there are snug bars and two other bars all special in their own right!
However the food was disappointing we had a bowl of 'Scouse' which was cold the waitress was very apologetic and we got fresh bowls that were just warm enough to eat, the bread which came with them wasn't the freshest either. The food was very tasty but only sufficient for a light lunch. We each had tea with it and I think the bill was £12+ which is okay but much better had it been hot with a nice tasty roll!
I'd still recommend a visit because it's worth it just to see the building and the young lady who served us was very pleasant and helpful.
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