This historic restaurant celebrated its centenary in 2010 and its wooden partitions and mirrored gallery have all the feel of a classic bistro, but it's not bistro food. The menu is eclectic, offering everything from local foods to Asian and Italian. So in order to deliver such a range there's no way that it can all be cooked freshly from scratch, so don't expect it. It's quick pub grub. Do visit the toilets with their amazing decor.
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