Hungry Horse Reviews
Newest Review: ... and with all the details of the menus and prices. My local one is the Greengage in Ipswich or Bury St Edmunds Our favourite is The Thrasher in Ipswich. Our meals: Myself and my husband had a all day breakfast and a 5oz rump steak cooked to order. We also ordered two large drinks, this came to a total of £14.75! What a bargain and we have been many many times since this! Service: The meals arrived very quickly and the person who served us couldn't do enough for us! Quality of the meals: The meals are delicious and even better so are the desserts. My fave of all time is the Chocolate Fudge Cake with Vanilla Ice Cream. We go to a h... more
Customer Hungry Horse Reviews (51)
by - written on 20/05/13, updated on 31/12/13 (Useful, 56 readings)
You truly need to be a hungry horse to stomach these big meals at such low prices! There are numberous pubs around the country , your nearest can be found at hungryhorse.co.uk and with all the details of the menus and prices. My local one is the Greengage in Ipswich or Bury St Edmunds Our favourite is The Thrasher in Ipswich. Our meals: Myself and my husband had a all day breakfast and a 5oz rump steak cooked to order. We also ordered two large drinks, this came to a total of £14.75! What a bargain and we have been many many times since this! Service: The meals arrived very quickly and the person who served us couldn't do enough for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/13 (Very useful, 156 readings)
Hungry Horse pubs seem to be everywhere and everyone seems to think they are cheap, good value and good quality food. I have a Hungry Horse a few minutes drive from me and have been there a handful of times. I like their promotions that children eat for £1 (with an adult paying for their main meal) during school holidays and also on 2 regular days a week. I also like the fact that they have plenty of booths for kids. What I don't like is that they show cBeebies in the booths, ON MUTE. Whilst I understand that they obviously don't want to hear Mr Tumble full blast, it seems ridiculous as kids can't hear the show and get bored (which defeats the ... Read the complete review
by Doggyvonne - written on 12/05/12
Last week I ate at Harlow's Hungry Horse at the Moorhen. We have had fish and Chips up and down the country including dead fresh at Hunstanton and award winning at Aberdovey but the meal I had last week was superb. Well presented, crispy tasty batter, huge portions, chips crisp not sloppy, fish very white and flakey.Top marks for food there and prices rival the chippy takeaway..only thing I will say is the restaurant is concealed and badly signposted so you could be a very 'Hungry Horse' by the time you find it! Behind Harlow station.
by - written on 07/05/12 (Very useful, 172 readings)
When I lived back in Cheshire with my parents, we would go to the local Hungry Horse pub quite frequently. The local pub is called The White Barn, and it's been there for years, so I've been going since I was fairly young. The interior is getting a little old now, but because of the low-lighting it's hard to tell anyway! There is a lot of exposed brickwork inside the pub which is painted red, and I think that the pub might actually be a listed building, although I'm not sure. Anyway, this particular pub is fairly pleasant, and I don't have any real complaints. The menu... Hungry Horse is of course home to the big plate specials. I'll warn you ... Read the complete review
by Z Gilbertson - written on 03/05/12
I have never before written a review online, but after the abysmal service my partner and I were subject to, I feel compelled to warn others of this restaurant. After moving house we decided to check out the new 'local' in Peterborough (the Halcyon). Big Mistake. We ordered the Mexican Burrito, Big H burger with bacon and cheese, onion bhaji's, and corn on the cob. The plates were cold resulting in cold food, we found an unidentifiable insect in the side salad, various parts of the meal were missing, what was left was inedible due to either being undercooked, cold, or obviously microwaved multiple times. Some items of food that were served were not as shown in ... Read the complete review
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