It's Pub Food.... So I guess we shouldn't expect much. I thought the prices were high for what you got, quality wise, although quantity was adequate. My sandwich was pretty bland and my husband said his burger was so-so. It was not crowded when we went for an early dinner, so that wasn't a problem. I've been before when it was quite crowded on a weekend night; the wait can be a while. I don't remember the food being that bad before... maybe I should have stuck with the pizza?
Good Food, Low Key. The sandwiches/burgers and desserts are always good and the portions generous. Not too big, but generally less crowded than the rest of the Broad Ripple area. Definitely a recommended place to grab a casual bite. TVs are around to catch the game no matter where you sit. There is some parking behind the restaurant, but not much.
British pub with American flavor caters to Broad Ripple club hoppers..
The crowd at this smaller location (the larger being on 25th Street) is more club-oriented with the Broad Ripple scene. Still, on any given Sunday, the TVs are tuned in to a race. Typical pub fare of thick burgers and beer-battered onion rings has been enhanced with the addition of veggie wrap sandwiches, stromboli, pasta and steaks. Weekends include prime rib.
Indy is not a British Isle.
I found this place to be incredibly crowded, expensive and loud. But they pour a good Black and Tan so who cares. I did not stay for dinner, but did observe several tables enjoying a meal. The food looked tremendous, but the published prices on the menu were high. I guess you get what you pay for.
They are making me rate the food below. I did not try it so I can only give it a neutral 5.
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