We went the other week to treat the outlaw for mothers day. It was a last minute decision as the other place we had booked decided not to inform us that they were no longer open on weekends! Anyway, it turned out good in our favour..its very old fashioned inside with teeny tables and chairs and the obligatory foxes heads adoring the top of the bar - not my idea a good view but so be it. As it was, it was a nice wee atmosphere so we decided to stay in the lounge area to peruse the menu. Myself and mummy outlaw decided to go with the specials and went with soup and a sandwich, - lentil soup, she then had a salmon sandwich and I had egg and baco, both on thick brown bread with a wee side salad and game chips - filling but delicious. The Mister and the outlaw's intended picked from the two course menu £8.95 for 2 courses, plumping for breaded courgette fritters and Arbroath smoked pate to start followed by Houston Ale battered haddock and chips and Sausage de Jour with mash & onion gravy - they both cleared their plates. There was no room for dessert due to the menfolk wanting a couple pints of real ales -of course us ladies had to follow suit so with a couple of glasses of vino and a coke thrown in the bill came to just over £50 - pretty darn good value for money and we look forward to going back soon.