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Made to feel welcome as soon as we arrived dripping at the door. Friendly service, great fish and chips and decent mug of tea. The Malden gold went down well with himself. Sat in the window with the view across the estuary, shame about the...More
Greeted at door by a sweaty man in a T-shirt & shorts, asked to sit in window seat, told that it was only for a table of 4, sat down waited 10 mins to order drinks, in meantime another couple came in and were sat...More
Not been for a while due to the Covid situation but on a nice late summer day we fancied a bite to eat so visited. Orders taken at the door and very quick service. Superb bacon and brie baquette and my wifes Tuna one was...More
Our family held a wake for Mum at The Old Ship the Staff went above and beyond for our family and friends.
Dad was so impressed with EVERYTHING and asked me to review on his behalf which I am more than happy to do for...More
Lovely pub, great food, perfect location overlooking the lock and a real working seaside outlook.
We go there regularly at weekends and if the tide is up we sit and watch the pleasure boats from the Canal transfer through the Sea lock into the basin...More
Never in my life have I been so disappointed by a potato. £7 for a microwaved potato, dressed with Essex’s finest Poundland grated cheese. The burger was like eating cardboard, no lettuce, no sauce, no flavour. The best part was the chips - a solid...More
The food was awful. Manager refused to even help and stated the food was fine. Clearly didn’t taste it and I watched others leave their food. Tasted like oil and was awful. Waste of money and didn’t even offer to swap any of our food
After a lovely walk with friends, we were delighted to see this place have made such an effort to get back to some kind of "normal". Restricted number of outside tables but on a warm day, getting sat at one was great. Cold drinks, albeit...More
After a lovely long walk along the towpath we called into The Old Ship for a well deserved pint. You are not allowed to enter the pub but two guys were serving the socially distanced queue very efficiently. After paying contactless we enjoyed our drinks...More