Eight of us ate here for a family lunch - five adults including two elderly, two teens and a 10-year-old. The menu was able to satisfy everyone. Although there was no kids' menu my son really enjoyed his spare ribs and nachos (a welcome change from nuggets and chips). I had a delicious duck dish for main. Others had fish and chips, vegetable curry and beef or chicken burgers. Only negatives were the lack of gluten-free options - my aunt did with a burger with no bun or sauce - and the lack of accessibility for wheelchairs (the restaurant is split-level up two steps and toilet isn't accessible). Aside from that it had a great all-round menu with broad appeal. Service was also good, although some mobility assistance would have been appreciated.
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