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Had a wonderful time the atmosphere was great, Charlie the barman was very welcoming and we had a good laugh. Didn't like the lady very much very sour faced and not happy with people having a laugh. Needs retraining
Beer selection is ok. We were given menus then told to order & pay at bar upfront. Food took forever! We were hungry and were thinking of leaving. But we had paid already.
When it came. (We had the fish & chips & a steak...pie). For the fish & chips. Both the peas and fries were previously frozen. We asked for tartar sauce. They said they were out. Just mayo. Girlfriend was upset.
My steak pie had red cabbage I think from a jar & heated with onions. Otherwise it was ok. We have much better fish & chips at home in Canada. No one ever came back to our table to check on us. The 3 waitresses just stayed behind the back and chatted and ate. We finished & walked out.More
I stopped in here due to the Yelp reviews. It's a good pub with a good location and a great food menu. I had a couple pints and a burger w/chips. Not too busy during lunch on a Wednesday. If I ever go back to...London, I'd visit here again.More
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