- A great front room with a chunky bar, old tables and a rack of single malts, makes this a fine place to come for a drink. There is the usual range of beers, including the obligatory Guinness and Murphy's as well as a choice of two Czech brews. Food is served downstairs in a long restaurant that is somewhat tackily decorated in a nautical theme; ropes and nets hang from the ceiling and walls. However, the food is good, although above average priced. The pub also has a small Internet café attached to it with its own entrance, with slightly unusual opening hours and room for five computers.
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