Would you ever eat alone in a restaurant? There - the golden $64000 question, right there. Would you ever have the guts to saunter casually up to the hippest joint in town and casually demand a table for one - and not feel the need to excuse yourself or make ...see the full blog and reader comments
Lunch Special Menu: 3 courses, £3.95 (available from 12 noon-4pm, Tuesday-Saturday).
Salaam, my initial response at our visit was impressive as you'd only been open for 2/3 months. The buffet was very good but could be better. Starter dishes were too spicy for the kids so was disappointed as they only eat a starter and dessert. Somewhat disappointed and surprised there was no zarda in the dessert and expected noodles to be on buffet. You could organise your space a little better by allocating a more convenient and suitable table for ladies who wear niqab. We encountered an accident due to limited space as other customers next to us were using a screen. Luckily my daughter wasn't hurt badly and there were no spillages. Please take this as constructive advise and not a criticism. Waalaam Rukhsana
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With an impressive lineage stretching from 1838 when William Robinson purchased the Unicorn Inn in Stockport, Robinsons Brewery has a strong heritage both in brewing and pub tenancy.
The passion and dedication of William Robinson and his descendents has seen Robinsons evolve into one of the UK’s largest family brewers, with 380 pubs across Cumbria, Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Lancashire, Derbyshire and North Wales.