Fish and chips.
I was drawn in from the street by their sign stating they had a lunch special fish and chips and a drink for 10 pounds. We took a chance and walked right in.
We were greeted as quickly as possible and had our cider in front of us in no time. We sat at the table and waited a bit before our food arrived. It wasn’t not an unpleasant wait though, and I prefer that our food was made fresh.
The first and chips included one massive fried fish and the traditional English chips, not American French fries. I was completely satisfied by the meal and the English sized pint.
While the decor may not be up to trendy millennial tastes, the Blue Maid provides a hearty, humble experience.