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The Brill on The Cally opposite Tesco opens properly next week, roving reporter Lynne Sanders popped in today and managed to get a sneaky peak…
"The management are very friendly and keen to attract the custom of local residents (15% off for residents – not for a limited time – for ever!).
There's a restaurant area and adjacent takeaway on the ground floor and a bar in the basement. Decor – neutral, pleasant and comfortable.
The emphasis is on traditional British-style food, locally-sourced as far as possible. I had 'Londoner' sausages with gravy, mash and Savoy cabbage. The sausages were meaty and tasty, and the cabbage was nutty and full of flavour. The portion size was just right in my opinion – enough to fill me up, but not so much that I felt too heavy afterwards.
Other things on the menu include – fish, chips and mushy peas; steak and kidney pie; roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. All looked good and everybody else eating there seemed very complimentary about the food.
The takeaway will sell sandwiches and soup among other things. The sandwiches will start at £1.60 and go up to £3.95 for a roast-of-the- day special from the carvery.
They are planning to introduce a card system: for £15 a week, you can go in every weekday lunchtime and have a sandwich, crisps and soup.”
So, things are looking up. The Brill replaces the adult DVD shop that used to be on that site. Do feel free to add your comments if you visit The Brill.