good range of beers and good food.
refitted and roast dinners are back on.
Served until 6pm so as not to compete with the pub quiz at 8pm and at an
efficient price of £9.95 – the cheapest roast I have reviewed to date.
exuded from the host and hostess, invigorating my slightly fragile mind and
body, which was immediately endearing and I dearly wished to be able to give a review as
warm as their welcome.
beef recently so it had to be chicken.
But wait a minute, there is a lamb shank available – oh yes please.
home-cooked roast dinner, it looked similar to something my mother would make.
be served however as they are the anti-Christ of the vegetable world due to
their lack of discipline, I was left with just one rooty delight – carrots. And they were fine. Nothing more, nothing less.
crispiness but these were an improvement on most of the offerings in recent
throughout. They really should be
soft-bottomed only with a somewhat crispy outer shell. Far from perfection but better than the over-cooked
offering from London Street Brasserie.
along with two wings. It was definitely
from a real chicken, it was tender, nicely cooked – however I felt it was a
little ordinary in taste – some lemon infusion or some herbs would have greatly
increased the score.
no stuffing offered.
marks for consistency, it was actually gravy-like consistency, however there was that tinge of
something like tomato that a lot of places seem to feel necessary to spice up a roast dinner
and ends up making the gravy, and hence the roast dinner, a touch tiresome.
my belly does, due to the very warm friendly welcome, and general excellent
service – it seemed as though nothing was too much effort.
feel was particularly endearing, however there is plenty of room for
recommend a roast dinner here.
which is inevitable, there will be a higher score.