Reviewed by: Geoff Carter
A disappointment. Looks good from the outside but should have seen the warning signs ("Kids eat free"). Inside, the bar area is rather dark and unwelcoming but the bar is large with a reasonably selection of the usual culprits. The furniture and dÃ©cor is an attempt to continue the feeling of old stable on the flagstone floors but there are probably better ways that just old, wobbly wooden tables with unpolished tops. The food!! Definitely a quantity over quality experience as neither dish did anything to offer the 'wow' factor. Sent my wife's back as the chicken was cold (replaced quickly and with good grace). Overall, likelihood of returning - Nil.