Hard Rock Cafe Reviews
Newest Review: ... instuments & outfits belonging to loads of famous faces from the music industry all around their cafes. They have a generic menu which is the same in all their restaurants. It tends to focus on American Diner cuisine & has lots of steaks, burgers & sandwiches. Their meals tend to be very hearty & very filling. The do offer starters, main courses & desserts although most people will be happy with just a main meal. Two courses are too much for a lot of people & I think that three courses are beyond all but the most hardened over eaters! I have eaten at their restaurants in the UK, France & America & I have alway... more
Customer Hard Rock Cafe Reviews (7)
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Not everyone knows this, but the worldwide phenomenon that is Hard Rock Cafe was actually begun in London in 1971. Today there are 4 cafes located on the UK mainland. They are London, Cardiff, Edinburgh & Manchester. There have been cafes previously in Leeds & Nottingham although they are both now closed. Hard Rock Cafes are bar restaurants with a Music theme. They tend to display musical instuments & outfits belonging to loads of famous faces from the music industry all around their cafes. They have a generic menu which is the same in all their restaurants. It tends to focus on American Diner cuisine & has lots of steaks, burgers & ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/09/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
One of the best things about the Hard Rock Cafe is that whereever you go the format and the menu are roughly the same, so you know what you are getting and roughly what the prices will be like. It is almost a home from home! I didnt try the Hard Rock cafe sooner as I was never really into Rock Music and I thought that was what it was all about. I was sort of right, it does feature quite heavily around rock music, but there is something for everyone and your experience certainly wont be ruined if you are not interested in rock music. Rock music plays relatively loudly in the restaurant itself, but if you look past that and just soak up the atmosphere (mostly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/02, updated on 30/04/02 (Very useful, 1970 readings)
The first Hard Rock Café in the UK was opened in 1971, in London on Hyde Park Corner – I remember my first visit to this restaurant in 1980, when I didn’t have to queue to get it, though there were many subsequent occasions when I did have to queued up. Their motto is “Love all serve all”, which displays their American / peace and love roots. And it’s true, you do feel welcome. Now that I live ‘oop North’, I’m still lucky enough to have a handy Hard Rock Café, as one opened in Manchester in 2001. It’s in the Printworks development, along with the filmworks megaplex cinema, and it’s easy to spot ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/02, updated on 15/03/02 (Very useful, 201 readings)
If you were listening to Radio 1 a few weeks back, you might have heard Victoria Beckham talking about a little place at the Printworks in Manchester. Yup, Posh Spice herself dines in my local Hard Rock Café. She might even have sat in the booth we did last time we were there, but that’s probably taking it a bit far. Never let it be said that I’m celeb crazy, but seeing as I’m the only person I know who hasn’t had a sighting recently, I feel my time is due. ~~ HISTORY ~~ The first Hard Rock Café opened in London over 30 years ago. Since then the corporation has expanded rapidly, now owning over 100 cafes, with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/00, updated on 12/11/00 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have visited Hard Rock Café restaurants both in the UK and in Canada and USA. Basically they are very cleverly themed restaurants – you are surrounded by rock and pop memorabilia and blasted by loud music. The food is basically good standard American type fare and the menu rarely varies no matter where we have eaten (my husband invariably has the pulled pig sandwich!!). However I have found that the American style of the customer is always right has meant a much more pleasant dining experience when in the USA or Canada, compared with the two UK sites I have been to (London and Edinburgh). On the last few occasions I have been with my children ... Read the complete review
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