Having only had a Saturday lunch at the Pav, I can't offer a complete review, but it was definitely an interesting venue for a Saturday lunch with a friend visiting town. Located up above the sports field and offering a massive terrace, which I imagine could be full of boisterous students in term time, there were great views of the Clare Hills. The carvery lunch offered a good looking Cream of a Veg soup and staples such as ham, salmon or a side of meat served with old fashioned, like Mammy-used-to-make, mashed and savoury creamed potatoes and sides of vegetable. A sudden group arrival (renaissance fair?) prompted a line for bar service, which for some weird reason you have to order and pay separately. Have to say though, for a homely menu, the food was pretty good. I can imagine the students enjoy a good home cooked Neal from time to time!
Full of calories, the River Walk is an absolute must and I recommend a wander across the Living Bridge to explore this attractive campus.
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