One of the best things about the Olde English is that you can bring your furry friends and sit outside.
Our food took a while to come out, and I think my “black & blue” steak was the first thing out, then got to sit under a heat lamp while the rest of the food cooked until it was grey and well-done. Although this color of grey in a steak is what my mom & I call “Nana’s version of rare”. So I suppose it is an English preparation of rare. I usually figure anything I order rare will come out medium-rare to medium, but grey all the way through – yowza.
They were good about recooking a new steak, though.
The fish & chips are definitely the way to go. Solid fry job, flaky fish.
Chicken tikka masala – they were out of rice, so they put the chicken in a bowl and served a side of pita bread.
Once everyone was mostly done with their food, I got my steak. Yay, super rare this time! I’m not sure if this was supposed to come with some kind of side sauce? But it was a pretty solid bar steak. If you have time, give it a shot, but if you just want a solid dish, def go for the fried fish.
I like having a place you can just hang around during a sunday afternoon with a few drinks, and your furry friends. I also can’t wait to try the Birthday Teacup, hehe.