Chapel Home Farm (Kirkcaldy) Reviews
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Newest Review: ... outside the building should you get good weather. The food served is always of very high standards and I can honestly say I have never had a bad meal or even a poor meal in my years of eating there. At busy times the service can become dreadfully slow but if you avoid the really busy times such as lunch time Thursday and Friday and Sunday afternoons then you will get good service to go with ... more
Customer Chapel Home Farm (Kirkcaldy) Reviews (2)
by a wright - written on 30/07/09
Disgusted with this company, turned down a booking for 26 people incase they got busy !!!! you would think in these present times, they would bite your hand off for business..........
by - written on 07/08/08 (Very useful, 247 readings)
As part of the hungry horse chain of restaurants, Kirkcaldy`s Chapel home farm is a good place to take the family for a meal. It has a play area for the kids which is free if you are eating there, as well as the indoor play area there is also a very nice park outside the building should you get good weather. The food served is always of very high standards and I can honestly say I have never had a bad meal or even a poor meal in my years of eating there. At busy times the service can become dreadfully slow but if you avoid the really busy times such as lunch time Thursday and Friday and Sunday afternoons then you will get good service to go with your good ... Read the complete review
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