Called in for a late lunch and the place was heaving both inside and at the outside tables but managed to get a table by the door which was just being vacated. Ordered our fish and chips and expected to be waiting for ages given how busy it was, although on talking to the staff they said it was 'quiet' and they only considered it busy when you couldn't find somewhere to 'stand'. The meal arrived within about 15 minutes and was one of the best plates of fish and chips I have ever had being dry, crispy and plentiful. The beer batter was superb and the tartare sauce nicely served in oyster shells.
Although the place was extremely busy the staff were very helpful and took the time to have a bit of a laugh and joke so what more could you ask for when calling in for a bite to eat after travelling the pass of the cattle.
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