Not the place to go for a quiet, relaxing dinner, but fantastic if you want somewhere quick before the show. The quality of the cooking is much higher than one would expect from a place where diners on plastic chairs around formica-topped tables have to compete for space with jostling crowds at the bar. The slow-cooked pork belly was excellent as was the apple and forced rubarb crumble and the bill for £20 included a glass of drinkable house wine. The service was friendly, but a bit frantic - repeatedly having to push their way between tables and drinkers. This food deserves more comfortable surroundings. I will definitely pay another visit at a quieter time.
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