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Review by Edward Masters on 26th August, 2009

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This is not a pub, at least not what I would define as one. More like a pretentious and under-performing restaurant. Unfriendly and surly young staff serving, if you can get their attention, expensive and meager portions of sub-standard food. Such a shame as the venue itself is charming. Avoid like the plague.

Date visited: July 09

Review by lizrobinson on 15th September, 2006

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Only eat from the set lunch menu if you are not hungry! I had the smallest lunch ever! I had plaice which I restrained myself from eating too quickly but managed to eke it out to 4 dainty mouthfulls! My friend had pork belly which was about 3 inches by 3 inches and managed to make it last 6 mouthfulls! We had not done a lot better with the soup. Bread is not included in the cover charge. We did complain - and noticed 2 ladies at another table also remonstrating at the portion size - but were told that that was what you get if you choose the set lunch menu!Definitely not good value for money.Interesting that there are no reviews available for this establishment.

Date visited: 15/09/2006

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