How super is your local supermarket? How much time do you spend there? Daily? Weekly? Even monthly, you're probably popping in for at least 20 minutes at a time, but is it somewhere you want to spend more time? Like, say, a lunch or early dinner with friends? ...see the full blog and reader comments
Sunday Feasting Menu: A choice of carve at the table roasts with all the trimmings, £14.95 per person, minimum 4 people.
Very disappointing, this place has been recently revamped from the old bistro. And looks very nice, a very warm yet slightly over familiar welcome. Unfortunately we experienced a cataloge of errors. No Draft Beers. no drinks menu, no side dishes on the menu, no plates with the meal, had to ask for cutlery, had to ask for napkins, got our order wrong, atempted to charge us for 2 drinks we did not have, friends of the business standing in front of our table on their mobile phones and then stood around chatting to all the staff which of course were not attending to the clients, dirty toilets, and then lip service when I offered contructive critisism. The waiter agreed with most of what I had to say and got the manager who did offer us a comp coffee.. whoppy do! £70 for 3 people 2 drinks each and no dessert. Will I eat here again if its half price?? No! Kee
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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.