We called in yesterday for Sunday lunch as we were in the area and had no other plans. We saw the advertising board outside and felt hungry. It was two for a tenner. The staff were very friendly and the bar was enormous being indicative of a building of that era.
We went up to get our food. It was a carvery and the serving lady carving the meat was in a bit of a tizzy. She could not cut the pork or beef despite many attempts! She began to look really embarrassed and made excuses about not being big enough to reach the joints as the bar was too high.
To save her further embarrassment I suggested that the 4 carving knives that she tried were all blunt. OK.......the meat was tough, the toilets were horrible and the meal was not good.
I must add that they had a folk singer on live. He was good.