I was cold and tired but, looking through the window could see football on the TV screens and, more importantly, a draught cider font on the bar ... I was thirsty, but being coeliac I may not drink beer or lager and this was the first property I'd found that sold cider. I entered. Beautifully warm, clean and inviting. The barman was very friendly and served me very well. Although I didn't eat, I did look at the menu and observed others' meals being served ... the food looked good (the diners' subsequently empty plates were testament!) and the prices very reasonable.
The following day at lunchtime I made a detour to the same place! I ordered my cider and that same barman asked if I was going to eat with them on this visit. I advised him that I was looking for a light snack rather than a meal ... perhaps some chips with a portion of soup (which of course had to be suitable for my gluten and wheat intolerance). He suggested portion of "Solanka" - a Latvian broth, tomato based with lots of chopped vegetables and meats which he thought would be fine but he would (and did) check with kitchen to be sure. It was and it arrived, served by a very pleasant cheerful waitress. Hot and deliciously tomatoey and peppery and with a sour cream dressing. Absolutely delicious - and the replay of the Germany England football match of the previous evening on the big screen televisions!
My visits were excellent ... welcome, drink, food, service, prices, ambiance. Well recommended.
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