I made it!
Black Cherry Martini.
Inside the restaurant is just the right side of kitsch, with the pirate theme clear to see. Some of the desserts are served in skulls and there are swords hanging on the walls. Lanterns adorn many areas and there is a huge chandelier which can't fail to catch your eye. After chatting for a while we finally got to my favourite part, ordering food!
Going with the seafaring theme, I chose Scampi and Chips which came well presented with the chips served in a shell and the scampi in a treasure chest. I thought this was such a cute touch! Sausage and Mash came presented on an enamel plate with a little jug of gravy. The pot of tea was served in pretty shabby-chic floral china. The food itself was tasty and good value for the Albert Dock, just what you would expect from somewhere if you want a quick bite to eat. There are a wide range of options available, from lighter bites served on a deli board to the heartier option of half a roast chicken.
Where is Captain Jack Sparrow when you need him?
The bar area, filled with plenty of rum to keep those Pirates happy!
Sausage and mash.
Scampi and chips.
Sticky Toffee Pudding.
Slightly blurry- I think I need to invest in a tripod soon! I love the reflections though!
I declined a dessert, but the Sticky Toffee Pudding looked (and I was told tasted) delicious. After a quick glass of wine to round of the meal, we set sail for new horizons!
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