The Poacher's Pocket had a black board menu out the front that appealed to us, somewhere to park our car too, so it was decided upon to give it a try.
We went inside, and managed to get the last inside table. Don't worry, there are plenty of outside table's! The canal runs at the back of the Inn, and it was full of a group of long boat people.
Our order was taken, and eventually our meal came. They were extremely busy, so this was expected. The meal was excellent, AND the price was a lunch time deal of 2 meals for 10gbp, can't beat that! If you click on the menu website, you will see the price's are good.
Would return if we lived close by!
This restaurant was recommended by Pam from the Berwyn B&B, and it was one of the best restaurants that we were at in Wales. We had a Celtic Burger with chips and a Beef Lasagne with garlic bread which all was very good. The house is pretty old with several entrance doors, and somehow we ended up walking through the whole building to the restaurant room, passing the small nice bar area.
And one more thing: this was the only place where there was a one-hand mixer tap at the toilet! Everywhere else during the two weeks I only saw those typical two taps, one for cold and for hot. I can't believe that this is still so common as it's so unpractial!