Harvester Pub & Grill Reviews
Newest Review: ... is good, because it means that you can customise your meal without the awkwardness of having to ask the waitress to change items. The average meal cost is about £8-£12 ish. This comes with a free unlimited salad bar. I would rave about the salad bar, it comes with warm fresh bread rolls, potato salad, pasta salad, lettuce cucumber etc, and choices of dressings such as red devil, vinagerette and blue cheese. With crutons and onion and becon crispes. The soft drinks are £2.25 and are unlimited refils. (lemonade, pepsi max, diet pepsi and pepsi), however you have to refill them yourselves, so it does slightly detract from the eating experienc... more
Customer Harvester Pub & Grill Reviews (73)
by - written on 28/03/13 (Useful, 89 readings)
This is a great grill chain. Reasonable food at reasonable prices. They have introduced a new menu system over the last few years where you pick 3 different items. Firstly you pick your main (e.g. grill, steak, burger, sausages etc.), then you add your side ( mash, chips, new potatoes, rice of baked potatoes) and a sauce (ketchup, mayo, piri, parsley with creme fraiche and many others) This is good, because it means that you can customise your meal without the awkwardness of having to ask the waitress to change items. The average meal cost is about £8-£12 ish. This comes with a free unlimited salad bar. I would rave about the salad bar, it comes ... Read the complete review
by Graham Hurley - written on 09/03/13
Went into harvester at the riverside retail park Northampton on Thursday. What a lot of rubbish I was dished up. The 8oz rump steak was so tough it took three hands to cut it, one was needed to hold the plate down. Full of sinew and grissle and really quite disgusting. The chips or fries were cooked in oil full of black bits and eyes. The creamy pepper sauce full of mushrooms. The person this was served to has an allergy to mushrooms. The other meal was chicken. belly of pork, fries and sweetcorn with sauce. What can I say apart from the belly of pork was nice. The fries as with the steak! The chicken had obviously just been killed as it still had feathers on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/13 (Very useful, 108 readings)
Review of the Harvester Pub and Grill, Bybrook Barn, Ashford, Kent. Harvester Restaurants are a nationwide chain of family friendly restaurants. Many years ago, Harvester introduced their free, self-service salad bars which were a new idea at the time and this concept continues in their restaurants today. Harvesters are licensed restaurants and their bars can be used by non-diners too. I was taken for lunch at the Ashford Kent branch recently by my niece Karen and her partner, Caroline. Both girls have been suffering from health problems lately and I have been acting as their driver, taking them to their various hospital appointments. The lunch ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/01/13, updated on 15/01/13 (Very useful, 95 readings)
The Windmill at Littlehampton is quite a new Harvester Restaurant, I would say maybe two or three years old. It is directly on the seafront, beside the arcades. ~~~ Parking facilities ~~~ This restaurant does not have any private parking spaces, it is on the sea front and the car park is a public one, which is a shame, as it means that you have to pay to park there, 7 days a week. There are disabled parking spaces, although I do not know what concession Arun District Council makes for cars with a disabled badge displayed in them. I find that this is an irritation, as you cannot tell from the amount of cars in the car park as to how ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/12 (Useful, 141 readings)
Yesterday I ate at the Harvester pub and Grill in Rochdale (The Sir Winston Churchill). It was the first time I'd eaten in a Harvester restaurant. I went there with my mum who uses a wheelchair and found the place to be nice and accessible - a ramp at the front door and the tables not too cramped together so it was easy to get around. We started with the free salad bar which was pretty good. Everything seemed fresh and quite a lot of choice. The only fault I would find with it was that the potatoes in the potato salad were severely undercooked. The menu is one of those ridiculously large ones. rather than turning over pages, all the menu is on one ... Read the complete review
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