A dramatic title I know, but places like Morecambe are dying a death due to the simple fact that people aren't doing seaside holidays anymore. We popped into the Grove one evening on a stopover and the menu seemed classically British. The inside was decorated like I imagine a nationalistic granny would live, complete with Jubilee bunting and jelly moulds on the wall! The four of us went for roast dinners: two beef and one pork. All were a good size, a lot of meat covered in gravy along with a choice of vegetables and roast potatoes. Sadly the roast potatoes were clearly frozen, they were as solid as a rock and I suspect the veg was also from a freezer bag. On a positive note, the meat was delicious, tender and flavoursome. Nice gravy too which added to the overall experience. The place was empty except for me and my party, and they closed up for the night whilst were in there (6:30 on a Monday evening). It's sad to see such a lack of business for places like the Grove and Morecambe in general. I can understand having some things frozen/pre prepared as you can't afford to have a host of fresh produce in the kitchen when you are serving one table or nobody at all in an evening. I enjoyed the food to an extent and I'm sure if business were better the food could be even nicer. Worth a look if you like classic British food (meat, veg and a heck of a lot of gravy!).