The venue is dated and dusty, and its electic decor misses the mark and just looks bad not interesting. Snakes preserved in large jars, wall plaques that may have been brass and now just look tacky and dirty, dusty paper backs in a floor bin for sale and random lighting styles on the ceiling. There wasn’t a lot of customers on our arrival- four tables- and we ordered a burger, coffee and scones. The burger took an hour to arrive at our table, suggesting that the kitchen must have the smallest commercial grill in the land. However the burger patty was flavoursome, but the salad just slid out of the bun leaving beetroot and tomato slices unable to be contained in the burger.