I think this is a fairly recent addition or accretion to the Greenwich dining scene as I have not seen it before. But it feels as if it’s been around since time immemorial. Maybe it’s the irregular painting of the ceiling or the obvious inheritance of bright orange walls and possibly also the sturdy wooden seating from a previous business or businesses. Given the menu runs the whole gamut of Mexican tacos, penne pasta, southern rack of ribs, NY hot dog and steaks from nowhere in particular, it might very well incorporate many of their dishes too. What is perhaps new is the handshake on entry and exit from the elderly manager, the friendliness of the waiting staff generally especially to babies and young children. And the food we had was surprisingly good too. A large half chicken with salad and fries was quite a steal at £10.95; a ribeye steak and chips with mushroom, tomato, salad and a peppercorn sauce for £19.95 a little less so. There is a cheaper lunch menu weekdays and a kids’ menu at all times.
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