We were doing a little shopping at the outlets and noticed this little place up the highway a bit, so we stopped in around 5:00 p.m. (a Saturday). The place was clean and the decor was cute. I loved the tiny car in the corner and the red phone booths on the doors. There were many "British" options on the menu, but we ordered fish sandwiches. These came with "chips" (fries) or coleslaw. I thought I had had good fish and chips when Arthur Treachers was in this area, but this fish was much, much better, in fact it was the best fried fish I can remember putting in my mouth. The piece of fish was large and the batter was light and crispy, and the fish was perfectly cooked inside. This was a real piece of fish, not some amalgamate of fish flakes. It was not greasy at all but tender and flaky. The coleslaw was obviously freshly made. (It's hard to find truly good, fresh coleslaw. Some restaurants think they can slap some old coleslaw on a plate and call it a "side". I think it's an indication of the pride a place takes in their food, to pay attention to something that seems unimportant....but that's just me.) The roll for the sandwich was wonderful, and the lettuce and tomato were very fresh. If you like it, there is tartar sauce on the side that also tasted freshly made. For dessert, don't miss the fried cheesecake. We shared a slice, which had the same beautiful batter around it, a little raspberry sauce, and a dollop of whipped cream..yum. They also had key lime pie and sticky toffee pudding that we didn't get to try because we were stuffed. Give this place a try. You won't regret it.