Stopped in for a lunch with 4 friends. It was shortly after St. Patrick's Day, so most of us had Corned Beef. The Reuben was good, but I missed the sauce, and would have liked my corned beef to have a little more flavor. There was plenty of corned beef on it, and the bread and sauerkraut were just the perfect amounts. It came with a very generous salad, that I could not finish. Others did the 1/2 corned beef or reuben and the potato and corned beef soup, and enjoyed that too. There were bangers on the menu, shepherds pie, and some traditional dishes as well. Our waitress was attentive, and food came out in a timely manner. When we finished, we were not rushed out the door, but allowed to remain in our booth and visit. There is a nice set of smaller tables over looking the street, and a roomy bar in the middle of the room. The booths offer great privacy as the sides are very high.
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