The food is basic, taste, filling and most importantly cheap (though if the prices creep up much more then it'll be pricing its self out of the retro market!) As far as I can tell it's menu is modelled on school dinners, and most people who eat have their own personal favourite dish (Spaghetti Bolognese, Fish Cakes, Liver and bacon for example) and most will give change for £6. There also the timeless puddings such as Jelly and cream or treacle sponge). Stockpot will never win any awards and nor should it, but taken in context as a cheap feed with good company you really could do a lot worse than this pleasantly aged institution!
38 Panton Street