Too much trouble to cook yet again so called in to Knags this evening at around 6.30. Good job we didn’t leave it any later as within an hour they were queued up to get a table. As per our last visit the service was great as was the Scampi (real shellfish in crisp batter – not the usual mush in a soggy stodge) and the chicken stack. Carrots that tasted of carrot and a very nice little side salad. No problems getting a ramekin of mayonnaise to go with the skinny chips (you really should try chips and mayonnaise). House red is a very palatable Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon. Rounded it off with vanilla pod Crème brûlée and an espresso.
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Glengormley has needed a quality restaurant that caters for tastes other than India and Chinese for some time and at last it is here. The staff are wonderful and take an interest in the clientele. The menu is varied and changes dependent on time of day and day of week so you are covered for everything from a bacon butty to sea bass and prawns with garlic and chilli. We shared mixed breads with dips to start and then cod gougons with mushy peas for my wife and sea bass and prawns with garlic and chilli dip for me. these came with a choice of potatoes, ours garlic saute, and mixed vegetables. We washed it down with a very palatable Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon. Did not try the sweet menu but ended with an espresso. Bill £48.00. No complaints at all.