Liked the style of the pub - a bit bold and brassy like the chap behind the bar, but both he and the building wore it well. Packed on both nights we were there; it had a good atmosphere. Not necessarily the spot for a quiet drink. The food we saw others eating looked tasty. Drinks were good. Bread and olives was mediocre - olives were jolly sharp.
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