We dined on the delightful wharf deck until the sun set and then licked off to the cozy confines of this ancient charmer with embattled rough-hewn walls tilting like a schooner under full sail. The service was fine and the food was standard wholesome pub fare – OK but don’t expect gourmet cuisine. We had just got into the taste of their Guinness when the keg ran dry – unforgivable in an olde English pub. It’s worth visiting for the setting and ambience alone but there are probably better places to dine in Chester and they need to work on their inventory management.
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