On a rainy night, we popped in here for dinner before going to a music concert. The bar was full and most tables occupied, which was a good sign to us.
It was Arthur's Day; so I celebrated with a Guinness while my friend sampled a local brew, Crean's, named after the South Pole explorer. My friend ordered beef from the carvery, while I got haddock - fresh and delicious. We both raved about the turnip that was one of the veg's served with the meal. The server seemed bemused by this - how many people rave about turnip?
The atmosphere was convivial, with strangers and friends chatting it up. Prices were a good value.
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