Service good as it wasn't busy. Steak Pie meat and gravy delicious, pastry a flaky mess. Gammon steak juicy and tasty. All vegetables extremely bland. Starters of haggis parcels and battered brie also delicious. Good value.
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Only dropped in for a coffee and a snack however it was a pleasant surprise to find such a great restaurant surviving year round in the area. A very diverse menu with a number of good deals, private dining, etc. Good prices and professional service....More
My cousin and I stopped here for lunch. Service was pretty quick and nice waiting staff! We both ordered burgers and shared a side of onion rings. The first thing I noticed was that the burgers were significantly smaller than the bun, so it took...More
Second visit here. Booked a family table for five people for lunch. The venue was warm and inviting as were the staff. The food was of a very good standard as was the service and the price did not break the bank.
I visited tonight with friends for the "stop the clock" deal. We ordered just before 6pm so our mains were £6 each (mine is normally £11). The portions were big and the food was delicious. I had the chicken pakora and chicken tikka massala. Both...More
My mum and i stopped off for lunch. Not great. Crispy chicken looked like they had been cooked a couple of times so dried out. Mentioned to the waiter but don't think he was too bothered. Nice looking ice cream bar but didn't stay for...More
Worst meal I have ever had in my life! Waited 15 minutes for tasteless breaded mushrooms full of grease and a further 25 for garlic naan which was full of coriander and no garlic. The waiter was very rude and walked away when we tried...More
My wife and I visited today for a latte and sweet treat, we decided to go for the belgian waffles and ice cream at £5 each. i couldn't have been more dissapointed in the quality of food, i came out with rock hard biceps from...More