The Londoner

★★☆☆☆

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Wonderful London type ambiance for a Pub. The Londoner has a large selection of draught beers and has a huge selection of beers in general. The food... well. The Sheppard's Pie is a cottage pie, the mash potatoes on top are terrific, but that's about it. The hamburger used in the Sheppard's Pie was a bit fine (kind of like Taco Bell), there were not a whole lot of veggies in mine, but the sauce was a bit on the greasy side as though they did not drain it. They didn't even use Lamb broth for the stock. The Fish and chips, well they got the batter down, but the fish tastes like good ole Sysco number 23. That means that the fish is a frozen fish block that gets cut at the moment of frying leaving a texture that isn't even quite like Long John Silver's (no insult here Long John you have a pretty good fish). The chips, well they were chips, mine were not hot and a little on the soggy side, but the quality wasn't that good either. Music, they have a juke box that hangs from the wall, doesn't play like today's modern jukes (not connected to the internet) and has a slim selection of songs. Give the Londoner a try, they are having their soft open, who knows maybe they will improve with time.

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★★☆☆☆

Wonderful London type ambiance for a Pub. The Londoner has a large selection of draught beers and has a huge selection of beers in general. The food... well. The Sheppard's Pie is a cottage pie, the mash potatoes on top are terrific, but that's about it. The hamburger used in the Sheppard's Pie was a bit fine (kind of like Taco Bell), there were not a whole lot of veggies in mine, but the sauce was a bit on the greasy side as though they did not drain it. They didn't even use Lamb broth for the stock. The Fish and chips, well they got the batter down, but the fish tastes like good ole Sysco number 23. That means that the fish is a frozen fish block that gets cut at the moment of frying leaving a texture that isn't even quite like Long John Silver's (no insult here Long John you have a pretty good fish). The chips, well they were chips, mine were not hot and a little on the soggy side, but the quality wasn't that good either. Music, they have a juke box that hangs from the wall, doesn't play like today's modern jukes (not connected to the internet) and has a slim selection of songs. Give the Londoner a try, they are having their soft open, who knows maybe they will improve with time.

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