Small and cramped, and the price of alcohol served was extortionate. Called in on a saturday night for a few drinks and a catch with a group of friends, and left soon after.
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We walked in off the street for a drink on a Thursday night and there was nobody behind the Bar to serve us. So we waited some time nobody appeared so we walked out and went across the road to Neds
We have passed this restaurant many times but never called in before. The welcome was friendly and the waiter was first class nothing was too much trouble. We ate the best seafood chowder ever and the mains were good value too.
Lovely food for lunch(and dinner) very friendly staff, Emma serving and Ray the manager they cant do enough for customers had lunch today omrllete and chips it was well within a reasonable budget. A group of 5 of us had dinner last sat nite (i...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our evening there and a lovely juicy steak dinner. The staff were very friendly, especially the guy in the suit at the restaurant (manager). He was also quite sexy as was the young guy behind the bar downstairs. Will definitely go there again....More
My long suffering better half suggested a meal out, Christmas was hectic. The Iona was closed, went to wine and co. When we arrived there was only four other people at a table. The starter list was poor, no prawns( a personal fav) I decided...More
this has a reasonable priced menu and service is of a high standard. unfortunately it can be a little on the dark side during the day ( and im not talking about luke skywalkers dad when i say the dark side) overall a nice spot...More
Me and my girlfriend have been going here once or twice a month on friday nights for over 3 years. Normally the food in the upstairs restaurant has been very good (thats why we kept going back ) But however we have both noticed that...More
This place used to be a lot better, the door policy is hurting them. With the platform closing down it seems many undesirables have migrated to Wine & Co. Once queuing for the Gents upstairs, I saw a guy barge in, unzip his pants and...More