We were lucky enough to get a table outside and take advantage of the freakishly hot late September weather and with the river running right next to you, it's an amazing spot to sit and pass a Sunday afternoon. There are also lots of indoor booths and picnic bench seating in the second archway that still allows you to enjoy al fresco drinking and dining but can shelter you in case the british weather strikes.
The menu offers good pub food staples like pizzas, burgers and bangers and mini snack options for those focusing more on the wide selection of cask, keg & bottled craft beers on offer. What we ate:
Me: Veggie burger with chorizo and avacado and sweet potato wedges
Mark: Kelpie, Rhubarb, Pork and Samphire sausage dog with sweet potato wedges
The servings were HUGE as you can see. You can build your own burger which is why I had the contradictory combo of a veggie burger and then chorizo topping but I often opt for the non meat option and this was one of the best I've had. The sweet potato wedges were chunky and crispy and we could have easily had another serving. The verdict on the sausage dog was a little bit less favourable, as even though it sounded like an interesting combination of ingredients I'm not sure the flavours really came through, still tasty though.
We then walked along the river to Kelvinbridge park and museum and just chilled on the grass as we were too full to go any further!