Came here for a quick lunch with my teammates, the pub was almost empty as we arrived at 12.
We ordered food and drinks and took a table.
The pub itself is quiet pleasant, it's tidy and seems to be looked after quite well until you go to the bathrooms where there are expletives carved into the wall, the taps don't have handles, toilet roll holders are damaged and empty and above the hand drier appears to be graffiti written in dark red paint.
The food however was quite nice, my colleague enjoyed the vegetarian fish and chips (deep fried halloumi) while I enjoyed the gammon steak, another had the burrito which he classified as average and the final had the jumbo fish and chips which was over cooked.
It was all slow to arrive considering the pub was empty more than 30 mins passed before the food arrived.
I would return for food though, there were no faults with my gammon and the service itself was friendly, we were checked on several times.
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