Taybarns (Wigan) Reviews
Description:Address: Warrington Road / Wigan / Lancashire / WN3 6XB England / The ultimate eatery serving good quality food and a ... more
Newest Review: ... us pass through to the dining area where we could choose our own table, I liked this because I like being able to sit where I fancy, not where is most convenient to the eating place. They had a few highchairs available so that was good. I noticed immediately that the place was full of kids - it does seem to be a good place to take children if there's a few of them as they can all pick what ... more
Customer Taybarns (Wigan) Reviews (8)
by - written on 02/06/13, updated on 02/06/13 (Very useful, 55 readings)
We recently visited Taybarns as it was somewhere I wanted to visit to see what it was all about. We visited the branch in Wigan, Greater Manchester. Our prior knowledge of the 'restaurant' was that it was an all you can eat buffet style place that served a range of food so would cater for all tastes. I say 'restaurant' - that's a very loose term to use to describe this eating place, it's more like a fast food style canteen. It reminded me of being on an all inclusive holiday - where everyone is bumping into each other to pile their plates high. Arriving and being seated We visited on a Saturday. I was expecting the car park to be very full but ... Read the complete review
by chrissy - written on 17/03/13
We have mixed reviews although there was a good choice of food we found the amount of children with no parental control off putting, we saw children picking things up sniffing them and putting them back and one even tasted something and put it back ,their parents where nowhere to be seen. We also thought it was quite dangerous seeing children as young as 4 going to get their own ice cream etc.A Family sat near to us had a child in a high chair and a toddler there was food being dropped or thrown the whole time we where there it was very off putting. I would like to have been offered a seating area where there where no children if parents are not prepared to take ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 259 readings)
After the experience that was Ilaichis and upon our return to Manchester we heard of a buffet that was much closer to home, Wigan to be precise by the name of Taybarns. A few Googlings, a read of the reviews and a quick trip to the website indicated it to be a place of wanton gluttony. List of food items appeared before my eyes, a carvery, Indian, British, Chip Shop, Pizza and numerous desserts! But I have been fooled by the promise that was Iliaichis and I wasn't prepared to be fooled again. But I was persuaded by sad faces and begging eyes, noticeably eldest daughter who hadn't be able to come to the last buffet place. So we relented, driving twice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 242 readings)
I visited Taybarns in Wigan late last year (2009), for a meal out with five of my colleagues. Easily accessible, and making itself known with a bright orange exterior, it was a large and welcoming building that I had no complaints about visiting - much like your food courts in large shopping centres. The all-you-can-eat buffet, with re-fillable drinks, cost £8 each to enjoy - and enjoy I did! The selection of food available was excellent, with a choice of Indian food, Chinese dishes, pizza and pasta products, Mexican food, chip shop food, soups, grilled foods and salads (though I won't even pretend to have touched those!). There were also desserts available ... Read the complete review
by joe catania - written on 13/02/10
nothing special my first visit it was disappointed dirty plates as well floor and pizza horriblethe worst pizza i ever had seafood very poorly .but to be honest helpfull staff .and who likes carvery it is good. ice machine just for number. some one who like a good meal it is not the place.
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