Not unlike many other premier & 1st division grounds. Inside this is how I think a stadium should look - unlike other grounds e.g.. Portman Road (...our reviewer is an Ipswich fan!) which is very much a '70s ground or some premiership grounds which have one or two massive stands to increase the capacity but serve to reduce the atmosphere and make the players look like subbuteo figures from the back of the stand. All four sides of the ground are the same height giving it a nice symmetry, corners filled in, therefore totally enclosed which adds to the atmosphere, which is often missing in the new 'all seater' world. Upper tier, where we were was quite steep, but I didn't hear any complaints and did give a good view over the whole of the playing area.
Jumbotron screens at each end of the ground - continuous coverage of the game which is a novelty to start with, but does become distracting after a while. No replays of contentious issues though and only premier league results and half times shown. The away supporters were located in the corner of the south and west stands, In both the upper and lower tiers.
The food served at the ground was adequate, with Pasties (from original pastie company), tea, coffee, bovril, soft drinks and alcohol.