The menu at this homespun tribute to British working-class fare fits on a single blackboard. Scotch eggs. Buttered mint peas. Pot pies. Cornish pasties. A other sides. It seems like a simple affair, but those pies—stuffed with everything from a stew of ale-braised steak and carrots to kale and mushrooms set in a thick Parmesan cream—are nothing short of a revelation. Spoon into one, and all those snide jokes about British cooking become a distant memory. A BYO policy, fine homemade sodas, and daily specials make for hearty meals at slimmed-down prices.
Dishes We Liked
Seasonal green salad ($8), Scotch egg ($4), steak and ale pie ($7.95), mushroom and kale pie ($7.95), cold pork pie ($10), premium pasty ($7.95), deluxe gravy chips ($5), ginger fizz soda ($2), chocolate oat lace cookie ($2)