Restaurants in Basildon Reviews
Newest Review: ... pay. You can go up as many times as you like and there is a vast selection of food available. There are two floors, each have their own food cart and both provide the same food. The decor is modern and up to date. The staff are extremely friendly and will go out of their way to help you. We recently had a large work meal here and were possibly noisier than they were used to but they never complained and were just as helpful to us as the other customers. They let us sit there all night and at times we were not eating or drinking anything and they never once bothered us. The food is excellent and is replenished all the time. The selection is v... more
Customer Restaurants in Basildon Reviews (4)
by - written on 28/05/09 (Useful, 201 readings)
This is a superb all you can eat Indian restaurant in Basildon. I have only ever had dinner at this restaurant but it is worth the fourteen-ish pounds you pay. You can go up as many times as you like and there is a vast selection of food available. There are two floors, each have their own food cart and both provide the same food. The decor is modern and up to date. The staff are extremely friendly and will go out of their way to help you. We recently had a large work meal here and were possibly noisier than they were used to but they never complained and were just as helpful to us as the other customers. They let us sit there all night and at times we were not eating or Read the complete review
by J Watta - written on 19/07/08
19th July 2008 - Everything has had a recent change - They have refurbished and brightened up the whole pub / restaurant, new and improved staff. It is alot better alround. I am a Coeliac and have never been ill when i have eaten there - the staff are excellent with me and help me to see what i can and cant eat. The kitchen staff are great too as they change their menu slightly for me also. I would advise people to try The Honeypot again as the last review on here was in 2006 and im writing this in 2008 - Give it another try............
by Julia - written on 29/10/06
We recently visited The Honey Pot which is a Brewers Fayre chain pub and restaurant. The service was appalling the food was re-heated microwaved stale rubbish and the premises were filthy dirty. The clientele left a lot to be desired but were positively high brow compared to the staff! We will never go there again and after spending £40.00 we came home and had toast because we were hungry as we had to leave most of the inedible ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/01, updated on 15/01/01 (Very useful, 1561 readings)
Situated in rural(?) Basildon you will find the Festival Leisure Park. A large out of town location with ample parking and a choice of activities to fill your leisure time. If you fancy a good night out I can thoroughly recommend a visit to one of its many restaurants, which you could also combine with a club, bowling, cinema or pub session. In this Opinion I'll briefly run you through the restaurants to the best of my ability. (They are strangly listed in my order of preference) Aroma The ultimate in all you can eat Chinese. For just £11-90 (slightly more at weekends) you can work your way through the most extensive buffet menu I've ever seen. ... Read the complete review
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