I popped in for a drink on the way home from work. The bar staff didn't seem overly enthusiastic, apart from one girl who hovered constantly around the seating area ready to swoop on any knives or forks on the tables that had become unaligned. To have all the tables set up with knives, forks and serviettes seemed a little bit optimistic. The outside area was, of course, gorgeous and well worth the trip for the views alone. Bar prices are okay for the area.
My only real criticism was that there was no wifi. There is wifi for the offices there, but not for the public. This is such a drawback to a business in this day and age.
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