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Harts

7 Church Street
Leigh
Lancashire
WN7 1QH
Tel: 01942 680650

I first became aware of Harts through a television programme highlighting Northern restaurants - I seem to remember Heathcote's being amongst them.

You'll have to forgive my poor memory, but I think Harts was described as specialising in fish - fresh fish.

Harts is situated in a terrace in the centre of Leigh, and you'll have to look carefully or you'll miss it. Decor is plain, with a small room with about, say, 40 covers. The kitchen is completely visible over a counter, and your meal will often be illuminated by spectacular flames!

The menu always has something unusual - whether it's Strawberry Snapper, or Kangaroo or Alligator, and always has some staples, such as Steak, Duck and so on. The Vegetarian selections are better than average as well, and though I like my protein to have had legs of some description, I have on a couple of occasions enjoyed a completely vegeterian meal there.

Desserts are again better and more imaginative than the norm - the Suet Pudding, and Chocolate Fondues have gone down remarkably well with our parties.

Harts does not have a drinks licence, and makes a very modest charge for corkage - so pick a nice couple of bottles before you go.

Another hint - if you like to finish your meal with a Gaelic Coffee, or something similar - take a hip flask with you - they will oblige!

Verdict - Harts is one of the very few places I'd recommend to anyone from anywhere - the prices are in the medium to low bracket - expect to pay 20 - 30 per head, and to feel you've had a bargain.

 

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Update 27th May, 1999

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Harts

Total Score: 79%
Quality: Good
Service: Good
Facilities: Average
Ambience: Above Average
Value: Good

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