We ended up here on a Friday night because we hadn't booked anywhere else - it's not surprising that you don't need a booking here, but you shouldn't let first impressions put you off. There were a couple of small groups eating. We were shown to a table near the back of the restaurant - very tired surroundings, a grubby carpet, water damaged ceiling, view of the tablecloth cupboard ... an odd choice of seats for us as there were many tables nearer the window that were empty: perhaps we didn't look posh enough! Given the surroundings I wasn't expecting much from the food, but at least it should be better than a kebab or burger, I thought. The waitress was lovely - so sweet and smiley. We were very pleasantly surprised by the food which was really tasty and flavoursome, and reasonably priced. The Pinot Grigio was possibly a little over-chilled but not overpriced: it was uncorked at the table, offered with an opportunity to taste and quite delicious. You could do a LOT worse than eat here. Could the 'Hotel Inspector' come in and sort this place out? It ought to be packed nightly and is in a pretty good location. Needs to raise it's sights.
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