Enjoy a British dish - canteen serves up pies, stout, fish and chips and a daily roast.
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It is a busy place during the week for lunch so def recommend making reservations before you go.
For starters, I had the scotch egg (yum!) and my friend had the kidney thing on toast (yuck). I've never heard of that particular kidney dish and will probably never try it again. When they were taking our places away, they looked concerned and asked what was wrong with it. We said it was our...more
I had a nice meal here at lunchtime during the week. I work just down the road, so it was convenient to meet my wife here for lunch.
The inside has a nice, comfortable layout and I was satisfied with the service we got (it was good, but not great). They had the typical British pub lunch offerings - my wife got roast beef (with the trimmings) and I got the chicken pie. These were tasty and...more
I've read the reviews on here for this and felt that I had to give another viewpoint. I like this place, although admittedly I do tend to go here on weekend lunchtimes so its never very busy, except with a few young parents and their children.
The Full English Breakfast is really pretty good, don't go expecting a greasy fry up though, this is a posh Full English - they even put some greenery...more
I hate giving a one star rating. I wanted this restaurant to be good given that it is pricey, in a nice area and is lovely inside. I'm afraid, however, a few things just were in excusable.
We arrived to an EMPTY restaurant at 7:45pm and had 2 drinks at the bar. We saw a rounded booth and decided to stay for a meal. The staff informed us that we could not sit there and we needed to sit...more
I would imagine this place gets rammed at lunchtime with all the office space nearby, but for brunch on a Sunday morning it was only mildly busy mostly with families.
Breakfast is served all day and includes the usuals you would expect for a British-style restaurant: porridge, eggs, bacon sandwich and Eggs Florentine/Benedict/Royale. I had the Benedict and it was heavenly. Soft-poached eggs...more