The restaurant is pleasantly furnished and clean. The service is good and interactions were warm and pleasing.
The food is reasonably good. The beef pies were good, although not uniformly cooked. The puff pastry was perfectly flaky in places but soggy and undercooked in others. The beef filling was well-flavored and perfectly cooked. The dish was generally delicious. The fish and chips were more American than British, though it managed to be crispy on the outside and moist on the inside, a good balance. The problem is the batter, which is very light and not at all what you would expect - certainly not what you would get in the UK. However this can be improved. I hope they will do it.
Portions were generous and desserts excellent. There is a wide variety of drinks, including a number of British favorites.
I would return and plan to do so. With a little fine tuning, this could be a really good British restaurant.
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