Been here a few times and for price you can't fault it to be honest.
The food is not going to win any awards but you get what you pay for and if on occasions you like to pig out the all you can eat buffets are good value in my eyes.
Me and the wife can eat here with a couple of drinks each for under £20 so doesn't break the bank if you pop in on way home from work.
They do real ale too which is good although service can be a bit hit and miss at times .
To sum up no frills just does it's job
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