Happened to stumble on this place when passing through Callendar. We thought we were going to get an average fish supper but once we looked at the menu we realised we'd stepped into a somewhat fancier establishment! Here are the pros and cons, based on our experience:
- Good crispy fish and chips, definitely a cut above the usual chippy standard.
- A nicely varied menu with plenty of (very) fresh Scottish fish options.
- A contemporary feel to the restaurant decor.
- Friendly young guy at the frying counter.
- Home made tartare sauce.
- Slightly aloof waiter who seemed a little bit unfriendly. For example, we were very wet from the rain outside and there was nowhere to put our jackets, so we put them on the back of the chairs next to our table. The waiter told us that he really needed the table and we had to move them. However, the table was never used while we were there. Perhaps they should consider getting a coat stand, as we were in a rather cramped wooden booth with nowhere to put our wet bags or coats.
- A bit pricey, with charges for extras such as mushy peas. Not a place for a high tea, more like a slightly fancy meal out.
- A bit cramped inside and not really all that comfy.
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