I've been here a couple of times with a friend and was a bit surprised at how nice it was inside. The pub/bar area near the entrance is a bit seedy-looking, but the restaurant off to the side is a lot nicer, cleaner and brighter, with lots of light. The menu is typical pub fare but kicked up a notch. I had the brie appetizer that basically came with a huge chunk of brie and toasted bread, on a nice wooden platter. Their Sunday lunch menu is even great for vegetarians - the nut roast is extremely filling, as are the salads; my friend had a vegetarian-ised Cobb Salad. The prices are reasonable, and the drinks aren't bad either. I would go there again!
I've had a meal here on a couple of occasions and found it to be quite good with good service and food.
My experience of breakfast on Sunday morning is somewhat different though. There seemed to be one waitress serving the whole place, the table was sticky, the plates in the self service area were dirty and the food, when it eventually came, was undercooked and greasy to the point that I couldn't eat it.
Food errs on the generous side, and is priced very reasonably. Good family restaurant with many nooks and crannies to hide away in. Suitable for families with young children. Children's food is very well priced and good sized portions. Service is generally good.
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