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First of all- if you plan on doing brunch I would strongly advise reserving a spot. We were lucky enough to quickly grab two seats at the bar. There are not too many entrees to choose from, but the food did not disappoint. They do...More
2nd visit in 2 days and didn’t disappoint.
Party of 6 all had a variety of meals and all agreed how good this place is.,great fresh flavours, excellent service from Ian our waiter
I had the chicken tenders and hence addition
A real find. There were not too many dishes on the menu, which is always a good thing, but a selection to suit any taste...fish, meat, vegetarian. I have never tasted such a good French onion soup, even in France. The food was well presented...More
We were staying at the Redbury across the street and could see the Crooked Knife from our window so we have it a try. WOW! Good was fantastic and the atmosphere was so cool. Eclectic furniture pieces that were all different but looked great together....More
We visited the day after thanksgiving and just wished we had found it sooner! Loved the olde world appeal. There was a real one at the bar. Staff were friendly and the choice not too overwhelming. We had a beef burger and a chicken burger...More
Just across the road, charming one night after being out late
decided to have a late night drink & stayed until nearly 2.00am.
My son was most impressed.
Date of experience: April 2014
Thank margaret r
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