My wife and I have passed here up to 5 times weekly for last 20+ years without stopping. We found that acquaintances have recently stopped here weekly so we stopped for an early evening meal on the way home from Bangor. It must be remembered that this is NOT in Bangor is it on the outskirts and across the Menai Straits from Menai Bridge.
Easy access from main road and roomy parking if you're careful.
On entering we felt it was in need of a make over eg thick paint covered radiators and worn carpets ( ? signs of high customer turnover).
Some tables afforded views of Thomas Telford's famous Menai suspension bridge but most were on a lower level.
At the time of our visit, late February2013, they offered a very respectable choice of 2 meals for £10 ( we had gammon/pineapple rings/potato wedges/peas plus rump steak/chips/onion rings/peas). The gammon was better than at a similar place 2 miles away. Good quality and value especially because it was available all day. From 5.30 pm it got busy with families and students from nearby University sites.
They had one guest beer which was as good as I've had anywhere else ( I help to organise an annual real ale festival).
When I went to pay the bill the man, who could have been the duty manager, was more interested in serving new customers. This did not worry me because on balance it is very unlikely that we will come here again.
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