The pub isn't located in the hearth of the city, which means it's not too crowded and is a good place to visit if you want to chill out with a glass of beer in a peaceful atmosphere. The only thing that I didn't like...More
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Average pub, lacklustre food, seems to cater for a rowdy element who were .using the outside seating when we visited on a Friday evening. Must be a nightmare for their neighbours.
Kind of run down old world pub. Rather large place. Used to have a nice outside garden but not so nice anymore. Under revolving new management who are trying to make changes but needs major refurbishment and reinvestment. Food also served.
Terrible pub. Very small menu. Two had ordered jacket potatoes and after ages were told they didn't have any. We also ordered sausages, mash and peas. The sausages must have been budget ones. More like eating sawdust and completely tasteless. Took ages for the food...More
As locals, we are very happy that the Charles Dickens is serving food again. And what great food - hearty, good quality Italian cooking. Melanzane Parmigiana and Pork Bellies were excellent, also the vegetables. An added bonus is that we could dine with our dog...More
We dropped in here for Sunday lunch to find that the food was franchised to a separate company. The food wasn't bad with an Italian themed menu along with the usual British pub grub suggestions. But it was cheap! The pub itself looked 19th C....More
Popped in here for a quick afternoon drink recently. Wanted to check it out as I will soon be moving to the area. Nice olde world feel to the place. Lots of separate areas and plenty seating. Pool table upstairs, bar billiards table on the...More