If you visit, you should be aware that the 'Restaurant' is actually in two distinct halves.
Upstairs is the more formal waitress-served part, with full condiments, crockery and metal cutlery, whilst the ground floor is really only the 'Takeaway' part of the establishment.
On this level food is ordered at a counter and can be eaten inside, but rather plainly on paper 'plates', sheets of paper and plastic cutlery.
However, the fish was excellent; as it had been freshly cooked to order. Even so, the wait for the meal was probably only 5 or 10 minutes. Chips were chunky, tasty and hot. The only negative comment is that the 'mushy peas' were more like a warm green puree, served in a polystyrene cup. (Ugh !).
Our pot of tea was tasty - plenty for two, and in china cups and saucers, (the only way to drink it !).
The ground floor had only a few tables, which appeared to be plenty at this time of day (Wednesday, about 1 pm). The area was clean and spacious.
Staff could have been a little happier, but they were quick and efficient.
O.K. for the occasional quick 'Chip Shop' snack.
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