Tuesday, 1 April 2008

Bar Ha Ha

Lot's of people in their late twenties. The comfy seats behind the bar where we sat were occupied by mainly couples pushing the boundaries of public decency. Quite off putting having that face eating going on in the corner of your eye. We were the last ones to leave, I wanted to stay until they kicked us out but Andrew didn't have the nerve.
Stupid name for a bar.

This riverside bar is ideally located for a good view of the river with massive floor-ceiling windows allowing views form all round the bar. Over 21’s policy means for a more adult atmosphere but still aimed at the younger end of the spectrum as most other customers were in their 20’s and 30’s. Couches and comfy chairs available throughout as well as wooden barstools so a good range of seating choice, we settled for the chairs on the upper level which gave a nice overall view of the whole bar, also a more secluded place for the couples who frequented the place we discovered. This also allowed us a view form the other side of the service bar. Music was quiet background kind of stuff and a few plasma TV’s were showing Sky news. Overall quite a leisurely atmosphere giving a nice place to sit down and have a chat .

Drinks Price
(Strongbow, Budwiser, J2O)


Alex's Score

Andrew's Score

Oliver's Score


"Handmade" crisps and some ugly things that look like tumours




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