Having grown up in the area I can't fault the upgrade of decor or choice of beers on tap. Aside from that it was over priced for the service, menu or standard of food.
A few tips if you decide to visit:
If you expect butter with your bread or any of balsamic and olive oil dip - ask for it or it will be served dry
If you are following a raw food diet, you'll love this place. Vegetables and handcut chips are definitely served on the rarer side.
If you like your steak rare, ask for blue as medium and rare come served the same, although maybe skip the steak as it comes cooked in oil which should always be a no for a fatty steak.
When it comes to sauce for the steak, don't confuse pepper with peppercorn...the pepper sauce was little more than an onion gravy...
There is always a saving grace in a story and the dessert had to be that.
Overall, though The Lord Nelson lacks lustre, has visions of grande and is ultimately a disappointment.
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