We had an evening meal here whilst visiting family. The pub was very busy when we arrived hence very noisy. We had a reserved table but it was surrounded by other customers chatting loudly; some of our party have hearing difficulties so the high ambient noise levels meant conversation was difficult or not possible, later when the pub was less busy the conversation was easier.
It's one of those overcomplicated menus that doesn't use complete sentences instead offering 'big plates', or choose a 'protein' etc. so there was much faffing about explaining the options as it was not clear - we mainly had burgers to keep it simple. Drinks arrived but we ordered a half and got a pint, probably because of the noise levels when ordering. The food was fine but didn't' set itself apart - £14 for a burger and chips. The decor is shabby chic - unfinished tables, up cycled hard chairs and quite dark.
The pub is clearly appealing to young professionals who are willing to pay over the odds for average food and service in shabby surroundings.
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