The menu looked very authentic with a nice selection of basic fish-n-chip type meals plus some more interesting dishes. Extensive non-alcoholic beverage selection. The Stilton cheese plate was excellent and worth going back for, and the potato leek soup was made with real vegetable broth. The lightly fried fish and hand cut chips were pretty standard, but the mussels in ale broth were out of this world. Dessert options are plentiful, but servings are small, so no sharing. On the night we had dinner there, there were several people watching soccer on the big television screen, but there are also some out of the way tables for those not interested in sports viewing. Service was excellent.
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