With the pub sitting along the Canal this is a most picturesque setting you could hope for. The menu is printed daily on a sheet of A4 paper and by the end of the day is well worn. The food is of good quality but at the expensive end of what pubs charge for what you get. The pub is very busy but they seem to cope well. As with other reviewers I agree, for the money they charge, you still have to get your own knife and fork as well as hunting down some pepper and salt( I had to go around the whole pub before i got them) not something you would expect for the prices you pay. We had one gripe and that was there were four of us and we got our food 30 mins after our friends got theirs, they did apologize but did not offer a free drink or anything. That said if you don't mind paying a few pounds over the top ( fish& chips £12.95) then enjoy.
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