If you happen to visit for the first time, there's no mistaking that it really is a Britisg resto/pub . Comfortable, dimly lighted with walls adorned with British symbols --painting, club jerseys and stuff with flat screen televisions showing football or rugby matches. There's even a big Union Jack flag there for emphasis. I guess British pubs are highly similar with Irish pubs coz it really reminded me of Murphy's in Makati. I know right, there's not much difference in the culture of 2 countries and that includes the food and the brews. I am no expert. I am not going to pretend I am one. Just my thought.
Well I am not familiar with British food as well so I simply asked the waiter what their bestsellers are. She pointed me to the board where the specials of the day are written. I didn't bother to make it harder for us so I ordered what's written there. We had Baked Potato with Pork BBQ, cheddar cheese, sour cream and chives (325php) and Scottish pan Fried Beef with Creamy mushroom and Rosemary Potato ( 385php).
Scottish Pan Fried Beef
Baked Potato Stuffed with Pork BBQ