Crown Carveries in General Reviews
Description:National chain of cheap carvery restaurants
Newest Review: ... and small children there on a Saturday evening. The carvery area on the far side of the room is warm, really well stocked with loads of food and manned by friendly staff, so this gives a good atmosphere. === Service === You order your meal and drinks at the bar. We ordered a carvery meal and glass of red wine each and were served really quickly as it was quite quiet, with no queue. As we ... more
Customer Crown Carveries in General Reviews (22)
by gwyn - written on 01/09/12
Found a hair in my dinner, got very minimal apology (felt like it was my fault even though the hair was a dffernt colour)
by - written on 01/07/12, updated on 01/07/12 (Very useful, 301 readings)
I went for dinner with my mum at The Hainton pub in Grimsby, which is one of the Crown Carveries. I had not been there for at least ten years if not longer, as I have only recently moved back to the town but I remember going there occasionally as a child and my mum told me you could get a really bargainous roast dinner from there. It was quite similar to how I remembered it from my childhood. === Location === This particular Crown Carveries is easily reachable for anyone driving from Grimsby or Cleethorpes. It is on Weelsby Road, just past the Peak's Park Way and there is a moderate sized car park in front of the pub. When I went this evening ... Read the complete review
by Andrew Harrison - written on 27/06/12
Nearly every time I go to a crown carvery there is no turkey. They always run out very early and don't have any more left. How many times have I had to queue and then go for a refund ( drinks included ).Waste of time.
by nomadeater - written on 23/06/12
... Got there a bit early, as the bar soon gets overloaded, as one bloke does the order AND serve the drinks ..... so can be a bit of a back up usually, no fun when you're hungry. They should have seperate counters, one for the food, and the other for drinks , or two barmen. I waited nicely whilst the barman finished with a couple of people, then he went up and down the bar, and finally wanted me to go down to where HE was at , I saw TWO tills , but he wanted me at a particular spot for some reason. Finally got the 'chits' for our meals , after some head scratching, as they were for Veterans 'freebies' meals offer ... a couple of pints ordered - and thence to the food .. Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Our local crown carvery is the Moorlands in sheffield. It is a nice clean pub with good parking and an outside playarea and seating ( wooden picnic style benches). We have been several times with the family to meet up for a meal to celebrate birthdays. We have been twice in the past two weeks and the food has been lovely. For mon to saturday all day its 3.99 for adults 3.49 for kids. As with the usual carverys of this type you get your meat and yorkshire served and help yourself to as much veg, potatoes, stuffing, gravy and sauces as you want. If you dont want the normal roast they also do such things as pie and sausages which i believe are 2 meals for £7. They ... Read the complete review
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