“ 2 Hilton Road, Bishopbriggs,Glasgow Strathclyde Scotland G64 2PN. „
Recently went to Eagle Lodge for lunch with some friends, had a fantastic time - smooth friendly service, great food and very cool decor. Most impressed as we'd just popped into what looked like the local pub.
The bill was the same as you'ld spend in the centre of town but the food was much better, really impressed by the seafood cocktail I had for starters. Nicely surprised as we just popped in on the way past - way to go bishopbriggs
I seldom have the pleasure of a night out with my beloved but, as the local kid’s football team was having a fund raising ‘do’ at the Eagle Lodge, we took ourselves along for a wee ‘bevy’ and whatever eats were laid on for the occasion. On reaching the Eagle Lodge, we noticed that there was to be a waiter service, so settled ourselves down, with two friends, at one of the many tables. The first problem which presented itself was the waiter service; that is what it was, A waiter service. One waiter for twenty tables! When the waiter did manage to fit our table into his busy schedule, the round for four people (one pint and four vodkas) was £9:00. Nothing daunted, we decided, it was for a good cause, and we could get our own drinks from the bar. (the bank manager will never stand for it, I just know he won’t) It turned out the walk to the bar was quite considerable. OK, so we could have selected a seat which was nearer to the bar. . . but there was a 'waiter service' so we had selected a table which offered the most comfort 'for the ladies of the party''. Ho hum. When a trip to the ladies was called for, I must be honest, there was nothing to complain about there. However, when the guys came back in from their ablutions, it was a different story. To be polite about it, they did not need to ask directions, just follow their noses. :-( We had paid out £8:00 for ticket to our night out and I don’t think that was too much It's just that for eight pounds, we expected some decent entertainment. Whether it was some kind of mix up or whether a Karaoke is the norm for the Eagle Lodge, I don’t know. But to be entertained with much the same sounds as we could have got for free at our local pub . . . , we expected something a bit 'better
9; at the very least. To round things off, there was no food. None. Zilch. Nado None. For eight pounds . . . one waiter, a Karaoke and no food, not even a finger buffet . . . not good enough Eagle Lodge. The wee ones have probably got what they so badly needed, but at what loss of support? For a business to be run in this way is sickening. I only hope that the people who go there for their Christmas dinner don’t get treated in the same manner. GG