This was our third visit to this restaurant in many years. This restaurant with rustic interiors has not changed over the last 10 years or so. The joint with olden wooden chairs and tables and rather primitive counter has one advantage – a beautiful view of the London Eye!
We grabbed one of the tables near the window with this beautiful view on a rainy afternoon. Again our order was a regular Fish and Chips. Unfortunately, the fish was fried to the extent that the batter was slightly brown and the fillet was hard. The chips and salad served alongside was just okay. Disappointing fare!