My friend and I decided to have some traditional fish n' chips while we were in Wales, and so we found this place while out walking around one afternoon. The staff was the first thing I noted, which was a very unfriendly and borderline rude waitress. We decided to sit outside, and they seemed unhappy about having to wait on us out there. There were no menus outside, so we had to take one from inside the restaurant out with us.
My food was not at all bad - it just wasn't as good as other places in the area where I later had fish n' chips during my trip there. There was no taste to the salt, so we were both bathing the fries and fish with the shaker - but neither of us could ever taste any difference. I really don't know what was up with that.
Towards the end of our meal we had an uninvited guest: a sea gull who decided to drop by. He sat on the chair of the table next to ours, and I have to say - he was polite enough to wait until after we'd gotten up to leave, to fly over to our table, knock over and break the tea cup and kettle that were sitting there, and proceed to finish off the chips I'd left on my plate.
We went inside to pay and the woman who took the money - the same as the one who told us to go outside and wait, was very cold.
In general if you're looking for something that isn't bad, but not over the moon phenomenal - this is an average solution. Don't expect much from the staff though. And the portions of the fish and chips were pretty small compared to other places, with more or less the same prices. I paid 5.50 pounds and later, at another place I paid 5.80 for a little less than double the portion of this place - not that I could even finish it!
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