Brewers Fayre in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... followed after 15mins or so but the mains took a further 30mins. Plates were cleared quickly and desserts arrived 10mins after ordering them. High chairs are available on request. Overall service was good. ~Food and Drink~ Bellziehill Farm offer a huge range of food to suit all tastes and budgets. They have special offers on throughout the week and cater for all tastes. I can only speak for the food that we personally had to eat but given the choice and recommendations we have heard, the food is always decent and plentiful. The food is very much like an upmarket Wetherspoons in my opinion. *Special Offers and Themed Nights* Bellziehi... more
Customer Brewers Fayre in general Reviews (22)
by - written on 08/02/12, updated on 09/02/12 (Very useful, 99 readings)
*Whilst Brewers Fayre having restaurants up and down the country, I will be focussing on my local restaurant. The menu is typically the same in each restaurant.* Yesterday we decided to go out for dinner. We had received our refund from our cancelled holiday and had a spare bit of money after we had booked our new holiday - I though what the hell lets go out! We normally stick to the same restaurants but fancied trying somewhere different. ~Bellziehill Farm - Location and Layout~ Bellziehill Farm is part of the Brewers Fayre chain of restaurants. Bellziehill Farm is located a short distance from Bellshill town centre in ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/10 (Somewhat useful, 177 readings)
On a recent visit to the Brewers Fayre at the Ferry on walney island Barrow, I spent about £100 between meals and drinks, they then refused to give us a little side plate for my grandaughter who is 3 yrs old and eat practically nothing at all. They wanted us to purchase a carvery meal for her of which she would of eaten 2 potatoes at most. The manager was less than helpful saying if you go to Mcdonalds you dont get free food, we didnt want free food we were giving her some of ours. I think a little customer service training wouldnt go a miss in this establishment. Hence to say I will be taking my family and my buisness elsewhere in future. I then asked for the head ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Useful, 35 readings)
I have been to two Brewers Fayres and I wouldn't recommend them. Some of the food is well priced-although on both occassions the coleslaw has been disgusting and the peas were undercooked. My partner had a beef burger which was dry and looked completely unappetising, the salad on his plate looked like it had seen better days. I had a vegetable lasagne on the second occasion which was very nice, obviously with the exception of the dried out salad! I wouldn't recommend the cottage pie if you are wanting anything more than just a quick bite-at £5.99 for barely ten mouthfuls I would say that this was extremely overpriced. I have worked in the catering industry for many years Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/09 (Very useful, 210 readings)
Me and my best friend try to spend an evening with one another once a week. Because we now both go to seperate uni's we spend a lot less time with one another so it is nice to make sure we dont drift apart. One thing we enjoy doing is going for a meal. We usually go to one of 3 places, Brewers Fayre, Wetherspoons or a pub in our local town. Our favourite has got to be Brewers Fayre due to the food and the atmosphere. Over time we have dined at a few of these restaurants so this review is concerning Brewers Fayre in general. *Arrival* When you arrive there is usually a large, free car park. We have visited on a few occasions where we have had to pay ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/09/09 (Very useful, 107 readings)
On the last day of my holiday my fiancee said he would take me out for dinner and only wanting a cheap pub meal we decended on Brewers Fayre. Our local one being the Guild in Bromsgrove. When we arrived it was around 6:30pm there were a few people seated already eating but there was plenty of space and seats for use to choose from. Once we had found our seats we browsed over the menue that was situated on our table. On choosing our starter and mains my fiancee went and ordered at the bar, from this point our starter came after approximately 15 minutes! Before we had ordered a wqaiter came over to us to explain how Brewers Fayre's work: in ordering food at the ... Read the complete review
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