My wife, a friend and I went there on a busy Saturday night. The service was still pretty good, and the food okay for a pub. We had the ceviche, which was served in big chunks in a glass and resembled to my taste a not very good Hawaiian Poke, but my friend quite liked hers. The mains we had were the special of the day, sirloin steak, salad and chips; lamb shanks; and pork belly. The steak was pretty tough, but the salad and chips nice, the lamb shank dish (with mash, spinach and carrot) was pretty good plain cooking and
the pork was not fatty and was the hit, I think. We did not have deserts. Lots of people around us had the crumble which looked tasty. The wine list was somewhat limited, but as a bit of a special occasion, we had a very nice Devil's Staircase pinot ($56). The place was full of locals and families, which is slightly surprising given the cost of mains which is $24-30 more or less. But they do have kids meals, relaxed atmosphere, and a big screen for the rugby. I think a bit overpriced for the quality and size of the portions which are okay, but not large by pub standards. I think there's not too much dining in the area. They are very good about accommodating gluten-freeness and coeliac, which was very nice for my friend who is the latter.
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