A group of 6 of us went there for dinner yesterday.
First the service. There was our table and 1 other group in the place, yet the service was extremely slow. On 2 occassions the solitary server went out the door and left, coming back a few minutes later.
Now the food. You get 2 menus, a bar menu and a dinner menu. The bar menu offers ""snacks"" at about $3-$6 a pop. We had 2 items. They were nice, but small. Value for money is questionable.
The dinner entree's had about 5-6 dishes on it. Price wise they ranged from about $14 for fish and chips (the Duck mentioned by Lori is down to $14 too!) to an eye watering $25 for their Sunday Roast. We had 3 different dishes at the table (no Sunday roast!). The consensus was that they were alright, but nothing special. We tried the desert and consensus was split on that - the trifle wasn't for everyone, the spotted d1ck was ok but the sticky toffee pudding was good.
$35 a head for 2 shared snacks, 6 entrees, 3 desserts and 2 rounds of drinks. Not extortionate, but not cheap.
The menu choices are different (and as a Brit I appreciated some of them) and the beer choice is good, but it's difficult to find a reason to specifically go back when there are so many other good places around.
Pros: Good beer selection, food is of good quality
Cons: Service is sloooow, quantity of food is small