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Had to sit at a dirty table and wait a long time to be served. Ordered fish and chips and when it came out it looked burned but was told after sending it back to be told it was the beer and turmeric batter, it...was horrible never tasted anything as badMore
Hadn't been here for a long time. We had a nice lunch. I ordered the chowder as I had read good reviews on Trip Advisor and this was very good with a plentiful portion of varied fish. The service was prompt and the staff very...pleasant. Nice olde ambience and worth a visit on a trip 'up the coast 'More
Just passing through we stopped in for a quick lunch. The seafood stew was wonderful. Served with two slices of lovely, slightly sweet whole grain bread it made for the perfect mid day meal. Food was hot and fresh as though it were prepared upon...ordering. Portion was adequate. Staff was friendly.More
We came here for an evening meal and didn't really get a friendly welcome. In fact it was a bit dour. The waiter greeted us but the impression was that he would have preferred not to have been bothered. There was one other older female...member of staff who also didn't look like she was very happy to be there.
Some radio programme on quietly as the background music didn't help to lift what was an almost funeral like atmosphere.
We ordered a bottle of wine which was simply plonked on the table with some glasses and we were obviously meant to pour our own.
The food wasn't great either and I have never understood why places serve lasagne with chips and bread. Is there no imagination any more? The chips were raw. Whilst a lot of places now offer thrice cooked chips this place failed at cooking them once.
Not a great experience but it probably doesn't deserve a poor so it just scrapes an average.More
We stopped here for lunch and were glad we did. Wow the fish chowder was to die for absolutely delicious my partner definitely had food envy even though his sandwiches and cup of vegetable soup was tasty enough. The staff were friendly and gave us...some of the black butter that they promote to sample.More
We had an evening meal while staying in the Londonderry Arms and were very impressed by the food on offer. While we were offered a choice of dining in the Frances Anne, we opted for the more relaxed and cosy Coach house on a very...cold February evening.
Service was informal and friendly, but the kitchen was very efficient with only a short wait for our meals to arrive. The chowder starter I selected was huge, delicious and could easily serve as a main course. Likewise, the steak main was excellently prepared and very tender.
While not the cheapest meal we've eaten, the cost didn't break the bank and we both felt it represent good value.More
We were traveling along the coast and stopped at the Londonderry Arms Hotel for lunch. We each had the fish chowder, a cappuccino, and we split an order of French fries. It was very good and relaxing in a great old atmosphere across the street...from the Irish Sea. Our server was very nice.More