My amiable nonagenarian mother will never say a bad word without good reason and on this occasion she was unstoppable, the food was appalling. We have no objection to waiting in anticipation of good food and were not phased when warned about a likely delay due to under-staffing and the added Tuesday workload catering for a pensioner's special of pea and ham soup and roast beef. We chose "cod and chips" and "chef's pie of the day" from the a'la carte menu. We formed the opinion that the cod came straight from the freezer and was on the verge of being chucked in the bin; the batter was greasy and of a dark-colour that suggested it had been fried more than once; the chips were of the supermarket variety and soggy; and the chef's pie contained little identifiable taste other than an massive overdose of gravy browning.
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