Annies's is a little off the beaten track but well worth the visit. Probably best described as a bar style bistro, with an extensive menu,displayed on a blackboard just inside one of the entrances, other blackboards display the wines available and also a smaller dessert menu board. This, while quirky can be a little awkward if one is uncertain what to order. The starter and mains menu is varied and extensive and pitched at various price levels. Portions on both are generous, the hand cut chips especially live up to their billing, which I had with a Morrocan style lamb burger, mouthwatering and delicious. We skipped desserts, which dissappointingly were mainly varities of the usual suspects and moved on to a coffee and an Irish coffee, both of which were e.xcellent and well presented. Service was top class, both friendly and helpful and with a smile.There also did not appear to be any of the dreaded Mozak and normal conversatios was possible, without raised voices. Two slight complaints, the area in which we were seated at the top end of the bar felt a little coolish and also the pricing on the wine board was i felt a little off for what was on offer. Nevertheless absolutely well worth more than one visit.
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