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Delicious healthy and great value lunch. Friendly atmosphere. Quirky Design. We had different quiches with choice of salads. The only drawback is that for the toilets you have to go next door to the pub!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Big, impersonal, lots of screens, usually too loud. Seats that claim to be executive are little different from general, other than having a bit more space. Food and drink on offer to take in is expensive and limited. If you want to watch a current movie, there is not a lot of alternative choice.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Our choice of restaurant whenever we visit Wimbledon Park. Great tasting food, friendly helpful staff. Wide choice of Asian food on the menu .
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Lovely food, some of the best Italian we've had. Helpful staff. Difficult to find as it is in an area that is undergoing / has undergone development, and only has a small door then upstairs. We booked prior to attending an evening performance at the Sunderland Empire; a short distance only.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
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If you like display museums, with displays outdoors of world war guns and equipment, you'll enjoy this more than me. One of its claims to fame is the first shelled place in the UK by German battleships. You could also go into the gun emplacements where there were more static displays of how it was used, and some of them were very interesting. Just not really my thing.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
A traditional theatre with steeply banked rows of seats. Beautiful and a real credit to the team that manage it and keep it looking so good. Views good and clear, sound very good, lighting very good. Almost 5 stars, but not designed for my long legs.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Friendly small hotel with rooms each named after prominent members of the 1916 uprising. Each room decorated individually, and with a bit of history too. Comfortable beds if a little firm for one of our party. Excellent choice for continental breakfast - so good we didn't even try the cooked offerings that looked and smelt great. Pub and restaurant food available - we thoroughly enjoyed the one evening we ate in. A mere 15 minute walk to the Aviva Stadium (6 nations rugby was on!) A mile and a quarter straight walk to the Temple bar area of the city centre. On the way are stops for various hop-on hop-off city bus tours. Next to the canal, which has a walkway running alongside.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago