The boys go with beer, Lorna is in Sunday recovery mode and I try going down the wine front but after one head to the safer territory of diet coke!
Food wise we share two Scotch eggs between three. Rob refrains not being a fan of whole eggs. Apparently mashed up it's fine just not when they're whole or cut in half! Served with HP sauce and a mustard mayo. It's a good Scotch egg. Not too heavy and the HP sauce adds piquancy. The mustard mayo is too mustardy for me but I can imagine it being popular with the mustard fans.
The fish and chips are a small serve really but I remind myself it only cost $14 which in Melbourne money is a bargain. (Yeah not so in UK moolah but let's not linger on that point). Disappointingly the mushy peas are a small blob and not the ladleful I expected. The pickled onion is a nice touch albeit unexpected. The fish was tasty. The chips weren't quite chip shop chips but the Sarsons made it better.
Steve thought the burger was strange but I'm not really sure what he means by that. To me it was a reasonable burger. The patty was dense and juicy. I liked the brioche bun and the shoestring fries. It wasn't a blow me out the water burger but it was decent enough.
I think next time we see what else it has to offer. The chicken shnitzel and Sunday roast (