We ordered shrimp starter and fish and chips for dinner. Both meals were fantastic. Pictures on the wall show the history in the area.
I first went to Smiles in the 1950's and thought it was the best restaurant ever. Fresh halibut and chips, even halibut cheeks! It's still a favourite of many but I find it a little greasy these days. I love it more for the memories.
I didn't order fish here as I'd eaten fish several times in previous days. The veal was a frozen 'plank' from a supermarket cabinet and the mash was similar. All covered with thick tasteless gravy. Should have complained but the waitress was nice and her English wasn't good. To make it worse, this very poor meal was grossly overpriced. Decor... 更多
While this is not as fresh as dollies, the food is good and you get plenty of it. The waistband has a heavy accent and is a bit difficult to understand.
Nothing to rave about. Did get a salad with the fish n chips. Yes expensive for the quality. No personal service, just served me while directing people to tables and money for others meals. Is this efficiency but not good customer politeness.
Since my last review of a few months ago, we've been here several times -- mostly for dinner; however, just last week we finally made it in for breakfast. The breakfast menu is simple -- not too complicated -- and has many traditional favourities like pancakes, waffles, omelettes and various delightful side dishes. I ordered the french toast with peaches... 更多
Local people advised us this see food restaurant. The ambience of the restaurant was rather average. But the main thing is that the food was indeed very good. Just take one of the daily specials and you will not be dissatisfied.
Fish was good, chips just frozen and fried, salad instead of coleslaw, would have been good for a 3 piece option big eaters will go away hungry. Adequate but a bit disappointing. waitress was very busy but did a great job, lots of hussle.