Food and drink
Honest and filling pub-style meals. The good folks at the Tap, which has a range of proper beers and ales on tap, say they offer “real ale and real food”. Can’t argue with that.
I recently enjoyed a piece of steak, with pepper sauce and chips, that any high-end steakhouse would be dishing up. It was sublime and I mopped up every last bit with the massive chips.
Friendly and warm. Kids and dogs happily mingle with older folks and young couples – you’ll even find the Simonseeks staff in there from time to time!
Nothing out of the ordinary, as honest and real as the food and ale.
In Lower Bridge Street; within the City Walls but a few minutes’ walk from the centre “proper”. [node:167781] is just up the road if you fancy more modern decor for an after-dinner drink.
The aforementioned steak and chips was just under £10 and some lighter dishes plunge down to around a fiver. Not exactly “cheap as chips”, but ok value.
- Families with teenagers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Travellers with pets
- No fuss
- Chilling out