This old pub is full of character and reeks (not literally!) of the sea and ships. It's worth a visit just to see the interior. We had lunch here one weekday in June. Enjoyed the food and good service. But treated to karaoke-type singing accompanied by a loud juke-box when we would have rather had some hush. Considered having an evening meal here next day, but it was very crowded and with a welcoming party of smokers on the doorstep. So we went to the nearby Turk's Head (see review) where the atmosphere was calmer!
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