On arriving, we were seated next to a party of three diners which was strange as there were plenty of free tables available which would have suited our party of four better. You then have to circum-navigate the pub to see all of the food available. There was the lunch menu, the fish menu, the meat menu, the al a carte menu and a bar food menu. Why not put it all in one book and call it " THE MENU ". My mother in law is partially blind, so relaying the various menus was a chore to say the least. Three of us had a starter. my wife had moulles, which were "nothing special", David had mushroom soup,(which I am guessing came from a tin, but cost £4.95!!!), and I opted for the rather expensive deep fried prawns with salsa.What I got was three king prawns, not fresh, on a tired bit of lettuce and two slices of tomato, which again did not look fresh. The salsa was in fact garlic and chilli sauce straight from a bottle of "blue dragon". When I have had this dish before, the prawn usually has a tail. These king prawns were just peeled king prawns, the sort you would use in a sandwich. Three of us had the "fresh" crab. Three of us were served crab that was in fact off. One taste of mine and I knew it was bad, my wifes also, we didnt even bother to try mother in laws. David had cod, chips and peas. We sent back the crab. We declined offers of more food, even beer. I would not recomend this place to anyone. The food is rubbish. A really cheeky outfit serving pub food at restaurant prices, and not even very good food at that.The "chef" should resign at once and go back to digging ditches.