Park Lane Public House
Food was good (but not great), menu choices a bit limited. Was perfectly acceptable for a lunch meeting, but not a place to impress anybody.
I met my two grandsons at Park Lane Public House for lunch. The restaurant is in an area with many charming shops and eating establishments and if you look downhill you can see boats moored along the beach.
The menu had a good variety of choices. We had the hummus and falafel plate for an appetizer and it was both delicious and attractive.
Our lunches arrived shortly and were huge and good. The fries were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. My Reuben sandwich was just the right balance of creamy sauce without destroying the taste of the pastrami or soaking through the toasted bread.
My grandsons lunches were devoured with great enthusiasm and they did everything but luck the plates so I think they were happy with the quality.
My only complaint is that parking was a nightmare. I arrived early and found a space two blocks away. My grandsons drove over from Seattle for our 12:30 reservation and drove around for over ten minutes before finding a parking spot. Valet parking would have been a nice extra.
They had given our reservation away even though we were early so we were forced into a table too small and not given any other options.