Originally popped in for a drink, but stayed for lunch.
When you first walk into the place you are immediately drawn to the old man in the raincoat sitting at the bar. It's not until you get closer that you realise it is a bronze of the painter Lowry who was a frequent visitor. Nice touch.
The charm of the place takes you back to what the pubs in Manchester were like in days gone bye. You had to look twice at the ceiling and ask was that left from the days of smoking in public places or was it part of the decorating. Like others, the Corned Beef Hash is excellent and is not what you would expect [think of school meals and your a million miles off] but is a good choice . I followed with Lowry's favourite, the rice pudding.
For the wine buffs, there is a very good choice to choose from ranging in quality along with the price.
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