The Three Crowns Inn (Walsall) Reviews
Description:Sutton Road / Walsall / West Midlands / WS5 3AX.
Newest Review: ... over there because when my mum was pregnant the smell of cooking made her sick so we came here at least 3 times a week and it was a proper meal for less than a Mcdonalds meal would be. You get 3 lots of meat and today it was turkey, beef and gammon but sometimes I've been in there when it's proper pork instead of the gammon and one time they had lamb but it wasn't that nice and I think ... more
Customer The Three Crowns Inn (Walsall) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/09/09, updated on 21/09/09 (Very useful, 206 readings)
We used to eat in the Three Crowns when we lived in Erdington but last year we moved to the other side of Birmingham and haven't been back but it was a proper nice carvery so when we were in the area today me and my dad went in for Sunday dinner. The carvery was about £6.00 today because it's Sunday but it's usually loads cheaper and I think an adult carvery is about £3.50 in the week, it might have gone up since but it's always been known as cheaper than anywhere else round here so I bet it hasn't gone up much. We used to go in loads when we lived over there because when my mum was pregnant the smell of cooking made her sick so we came here at least 3 times ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/06 (Somewhat useful, 496 readings)
This is a great cavery it is a family friendly no smoking pub / restaurant, with an over 18 only setion and a garden. If you have children, do not order an adult portion for them if they want a bigger portion, as they both seem to be the same size. The food is always refilled. It is the cheapest cavery I have come across with the prices - £2.99 before 1700 and £3.99 after 1700 Monday to Saturday and £5.50 on Sunday for adults. A great place to take the whole ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/04/06 (Very useful, 2567 readings)
The Three Crowns in Walsall is possibly THE cheapest carvery in the Midlands. For the bargain price of £2.99 you’ll get a fantastic meal which, apart from the meats, is basically as much as you can eat. You pay for your meals at the bar while ordering your drinks and are given a voucher which is handed to the chef. Once is formality is out of the way, you’ll be ready to choose your food. Typically for a carvery, you have a choice of gammon, turkey or beef which the chef carves in front of you to go on the plates. I usually have a slice of each, although any combination of meats is possible. For example my children find the gammon too salty so ... Read the complete review
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