The Albert and The Lion (Blackpool) Reviews
Description:Address: Bank Hey Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 4RU
Newest Review: ... restaurant serves breakfast until midday. Breakfast is a typical fry/grill up and also rolls with fillings, pancakes etc priced from £1.75 upwards. The main menu features an array of dishes to suit most tastes. There is a range of starters including soup, nachos and king prawns (£2.59 - £5.49). They offer a huge range of salads, noodles, baguettes and wraps with various fillings. These can ... more
Customer The Albert and The Lion (Blackpool) Reviews (1)
by - written on 12/03/12 (Very useful, 155 readings)
The Albert and the Lion Bank Hey Street, Blackpool, FY1 4RU 01253 743690 Opened 8-11pm most nights but 12 and 1am Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Albert and the Lion is part of the JD Wetherspoons range of pubs/restaurants. It opened in 2010. The restaurant is located on the seafront of Blackpool promenade. There is no restaurant parking on site but there are nearby car parks in the town centre. Trams and buses stop a short distance from the restaurant. Children are welcomed (high chairs/menu available) as are disabled guests. The restaurant offers free WIFI and has outdoor seating as well as televisions showing ... Read the complete review
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