>> August 15, 2010
One sunny Friday, not too long ago, a colleague and I went for a walk during lunchtime in search of somewhere that had some seating in the sunshine.
Somehow, we ended up all the way over at the Argyle! It does have a great open-air courtyard but we hadn't intended to walk that far.
In any case, we were there and hungry.
The menu is fairly standard. It consists mainly of pub-style dishes with a fancy twist added - meaning, of course, that the price is a little higher than your normal pub dishes.
There weren't that many people there, and our food came out quickly.
Toasted triple decker with chicken thigh, lettuce, tomato, bacon and our Chef's secret sauce served with French fries
My colleague ordered the club sandwich and while it was a generous serving, it didn't seem particularly special
Char-grilled 200g Wagyu burger, lettuce, tomato & all the trimmings served with wedges
I ordered the Wagyu beef burger and it was also nice, in a plain kind of way. There was an unusual addition though.
Check out that fuschia coloured sauce! I think it was a substitute/new fangled way of having beetroot with a beef burger. There was another small twist of deep fried onions. On a whole, the burger was satisfying but not note-worthy.
Where are your favourite places for a lazy Friday lunch?