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been several times a few years ago and now the rattler is shambolic. every single standard has fallen miserably.
booked for a late lunch and the place was a mess. staff seemed out of sorts and the queues were huge. (sunny day in march!)
I went last weekend for a carvery on Sunday with two friends and their 2 year old. We got sat down straight away and drinks were quick to arrive. The gammon was beautiful and the cauliflower cheese, mash and roasties were beautiful. I'm knocking points...More
Me, my husband and my 20 month old son came here for Sunday lunch and was the best we've had. I think it's good that they offered a bowl to fill up for my son for just £1.50. Very good value for money and a...More
Had Sunday lunch on entry you go upstairs.the stair carpets very grubby.electric fittings hanging of the wall.you enter the dining room.the room appears to be a consert room as this used to be a social club.a waiter takes you to a table and takes your...More
South Shields Tyne & wear is definitely worth a visit the beach front is fabulous and the ppl are the most friendly you'll ever meet.
The grotto is a cave used back in the day by pirates which has been made into a bar/restaurant. The...More
Great sharing platter. Bargain.
Ate there Friday lunchtime with the wife. Platter was lovely, steak, chicken, wraps, pulled pork, chips.
Usual price was nine pound which I would happily pay, we used a tastecard and paid less than ten quid with two beverages.
Been there while going to the harbour to take the ferry to the other side. The road stretch close to the queen street and metro has some eatery and cafes . The south shields museum and art gallery is a good place for art lovers.