We had the 21 Fried Chicken Bucket for starter which was a sharer for two. It featured 3 pieces of chicken each with a pot of chips, BBQ beans, gravy and coleslaw. The chicken was gorgeous. The seasoning was fantastic: the chicken falling off the bone with a touch of a fork such was it's succulence.
For main we went for the 21 Gourmet burger. Gorgeous beef in amongst BBQ pulled pork sat on a brioche. It was the crumbled, half melted Cheshire Cheese which took it to another level. Chips accompanied and were tasty. Perhaps the mayo was a bit tasteless and the side salad was a bit of a let down (just rubbery lettuce with not even a dash of dressing) was perhaps the only downside.
A friend had a posh Fish and Chips which was gulped down and another had perhaps the best linguine she's ever had with mussles and all that malarky.
Service was fantastic as was the surroundings. Nice background music and good vibes. The beer was good too, the Birra Moretti on draft was fresh, refreshing and ice ice cold. The ciders on offer were fantastic too.
For those of you in your late twenties having just moved into your first house, the menu is more on the expensive side of your budget but it worked out to be around £50 a couple for us which wasn't too bad at all. Well worth checking out.