We dropped into Tiny's this past Sunday upon recommendations from some friends. The outside is kind off deceiving because the interior is very comfortable and inviting having a cozy pub type atomosphere of darker walls and wooden floors with a nice fireplace. The service for drinks was pretty quick but we did have to wait longer than neccessary for food. Overall however the server was very pleasant. Two of our party ordered the fish and chips and I ordered the roast beef dinner which came with fries, veg, dressing and gravy as standard. The veg were the frozen kind like you would purchase bagged from the supermarket (no issue with that as they were fine), fries were excellent but the roast beef had that re-heated taste that I do not like. I was looking forward to it tasting like it came out of the oven but it didn't. My companions fish was excellent - white, flaky and not greasy at all. I will be returning there and try some different items on their menu before passing any final judgement because I don't believe you can do anyone justice with one trip.