104-106 Towngate, Leyland, PR25 2LR
As a midweek treat we decided to try out Cod’s Plaice.
We decided to share the scallops (seven pieces, £1.99) and the onion rings (six pieces, £1.49). Both were good, with the scallops being nicely lightly battered.
My partner tried ‘exotic fishcake’ (£1.59) in a barm cake (£0.49) with tartar sauce (£0.39). The salmon was cooked well, with the dill not too overpowering.
The tartar sauce was homemade and had good chunks of gherkin which complemented the mayonnaise-based dip. An enjoyable meal she washed down with a Pepsi (£0.99).
Unfortunately, I did not find mine so appetising.
Opting for the falafel wrap (£3.19) I found the falafel to be hard and bland in taste.
However, the garlic and sweet chilli jam sauce it was wrapped in with lettuce was okay. To accompany this I tried the veggie sausage (x2, each portion containing two sausages £1.98) again these weren’t to my palate, and tasted fatty.
The bill came to £12.11.
Star rating: 5/10