5th March a rainy night , we parked the car in the Merchants Road entrance of the Eyre Square 24/7 car park and walk through the square and down Shop street looking for a restaurant with perhaps some music. It was pretty quite and as the rain increased we returned to the Skeff on the square. Outside it looks like a long fronted Victorian bow windowed pub.Inside there is lots of wood, lovely ornate low ceiling and many stairs leading to various levels. As there was international football on the waitress showed us to the restaurant area. The menu and prices are the same through out the pub. We has steaks and chips with pepper and garlic butter sauce and a side of garlic bread plus two pints. the meal was hot and perfectly cooked as we requested.For company we had tables of what seemed like students of various nationalities and a table of rather vociferous American which created a pleasant atmosphere. there was no noise from the match on the TVs. We then had a drink at the bar and left just as a DJ began to play his set which sounded like it may have been fun to listen to. i left feeling good given that it seemed such a dull and wet night when we arrived.
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