There are several quirky places to eat in Southend with great food that are similar in interior design, and this is one of the best. Price wise for us on a Sunday lunch time was around £30 each for main/dessert/bottle wine/ two coffees. Nice that although it was Sunday, you were not just stuck with a roast dinner.
I had the lamb shank and my friend had Cajun chicken breast for main course. Sign of a good restaurant is often in whether they can be bothered to make their own desserts rather than buy them in. These are made on the promises and gorgeous.
Food was piping hot and very good quality and the veg was not over done. This restaurant looks like nothing special from the outside, but is well worth a visit. Bare brick walls and mismatched wooden tables and chairs is the man decor. Service was a little slow on this occasion, but it was very busy.
Will definitely be back for more!
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