Lunchtime with 15 colleagues, quick service, good food, value for money. Lovely setting with polite staff.
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Called in for lunch on a weekday. The place was busy and the background noise in the conservatory gave the impression of a good atmosphere. Ordered a couple of drink the waitress was really nice and friendly and provided some advice regarding the mix and...More
Went here tonight for tea and had a lovely rib eye steak and my partner had fish and chips with curry sauce both meals cooked to perfection complements to the chef and the staff where really nice and friendly. The views from the conservatory are...More
With a commanding panoramic view over the Dee Estuary with the various waders weaving and wheeling through the sky on a warm sunny August evening, as the sun began to slowly disappear behind the North Wales hills it was time to order food. I had...More
Over the past 12 months the quality of food has nosedived quicker than a bird on the marsh! Today's fish and chips were the last straw - and if it hadn't been for the queue further down the promenade we wouldn't have even given it...More
Location perfect,service abismall,could not get our order right after coming out to check it three times, half hour wait between clearing the starters and serving the main course,food very average
We were sat in the conservatory for our meal and couldn't have wished for a lovelier View as we sat eating we were looking across the water at North Wales. Food was ok but nothing special.
On Monday I booked a table for lunchtime today Friday 21st July at 1pm. I requested a table in the conservatory preferably by a window but was told this could not be guaranteed. On arrival today was told nothing available in the conservatory and we...More
We go to the boathouse on various occasions. We've always been happy with the food, atmosphere, service and so on. It is advised to reserve in advance.