Reviews on Bar food in Rochdale, England, United Kingdom. Rochdale /ˈrɒtʃdeɪl/ is a town in Greater Manchester, England, at the foothills of the South Pennines on the River Roch, 5.3 miles (8.5 km) northwest of Oldham and 9.8 miles (15.8 km) northeast of Manchester. It is the administrative centre of the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, which had a population of 211,699 in 2011.
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4 based on 179 reviews
Very overpriced for what was a dry and bland cheese and onion pie. This place is basically for older people who are very stuck in their ways and love traditional overcooked and under seasoned food!! If you enjoy flavour and variety then you will be seriously disappointed! The vegetarian options are truly woeful and like going back to the day of the 80's where all you got was cheese and onion pie! I suppose with the amount of pensioners coming here they probably don't need to expand that bit of the menu much!!
4 based on 553 reviews
Another value for money family day out at Owd Betts, the menu gives you plenty of choices on food and drinks, the place is spotless, customer service second to none, well worth a visit.
4 based on 347 reviews
Not what youâd call fine dining but decent food and good value. Friendly, efficient service. Nice atmosphere, considering how large the main restaurant is. Good disabled access and facilities. It shouldnât be necessary to make this comment as everywhere should provide these but sadly this doesnât seem to be the case for many restaurants in the Manchester area.Dear David_WokinghamThank you for posting such a lovely review following your recent visit to usIts great to hear that you enjoyed great friendly service with a nice atmosphere and that the food was good value for moneyWe will be sure to pass all of your positive comments onto the team
4 based on 282 reviews
Visited with 2 friends for a meal on a Thursday. The menu was varied and had lots of options. The bar was kitteded out with lots of beer, ale and spirt options for everybody and the ambiance in the place was good.The food arrived with a mountain of BEANS! It was tasty but sadly not anything to run back for! I would visit again.
4 based on 343 reviews
If you donât want staff checking on how your meal is, if you want anything else, available to settle the bill or appreciative of any tip then this is the place for you! It is obviously more interesting in the kitchen as that is where they spend most of their time out of sight! The food was okay but there is much more to the dining out experience such as customer care and hospitality .
4 based on 437 reviews
This old coaching house dates back to 1670 and has been in the Marney family for 30 years!. We are situated high in the Pennine hills on the edge of Littleborough, the Pennine way passes our front door and the 'tour de France' on the 6th july is on our do
Always nice to eat freshly cooked food with great selection of standard and special starters and mains ,now also.serving smaller meals for smaller appetites . Great selection of wines and beers , fresh coffee and tea and lovely desserts . Consistently good , suitable for all ages
5 based on 115 reviews
AWARD WINING RESTAURANT/FUNCTION ROOM Berni Inn Function rooms and private restaurant is available any day/evening to host and cater for your occasion, by prior arrangement. Weddings, christenings, funerals, birthdays, anniversaries, charity events, and c
Just enjoyed a great wedding reception at Berni Inn, so much was good about the evening I have no hesitation in giving 5 stars.The room was beautifully decorated, staff were helpful and friendly, bar prices were very reasonable, DJ was great, fantastic selection of music but not so loud you could still chat.Food deserves a special mention, the happy couple wanted an all vegan buffet, what was on offer was an excellent selection of tasty and varied dishes, snacks, sandwiches and wraps.A great night and an excellent venue. Thank you.Thank you Helen for your wonderful review of Berni Inn Function Rooms. We are delighted you enjoyed your time with us. The Vegan buffet was something very different to our usual catering requests, but the kitchen team thourougly enjoyed serving it. The bride and groom enjoyed their special day and the feedback was very positive all round. Thank you again for taking the time to give us the fabulous review. Kind regards Berni and the team.
4 based on 637 reviews
A newly refurbished gastro-pub Located on the outskirts of Lancashire's countryside, The Bird at Birtle promises to deliver sumptuous, flavoursome dishes, local cask ales and heart-warming drinks in a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. Our Bar opening time
When we booked we were told that they would need the table back by 8.30 which is understood. However whilst there we were reminded constantly and eventually felt completely pushed out. I spoke to the manager and told him we had waited 50 minutes between starters and main course. He said that we hadn't and he had checked with the kitchen. So I am a liar apparently. He wasn't interested and we left without having a desert or time to think. Last time we came, we had a superb Sunday Lunch and I scored a 5. This time the food was average and the management attitude shocking. Only consolation was a lovely lady who served us and seemed embarrassed by the whole thing. I don't care who the manager checked with, we know how long we waited between courses. Will not be back!!
4 based on 281 reviews
Team McNeeney are now in their sixth successful year at The Oxford, sporting a range of cask ales and fabulous wines alongside a dedicated gin & tonic menu. Their cheese & onion pie is famous & Tomâs chilli has grown a cult following, but whatever your ta
Had the chilli. Very nice. Slight smokey flavour from the brisket. Came with little cups of cheese, jalepenos and v nice sour cream to add as much or as little as required. No problem with me having half rice half chips.Staff and delivery , second nature, no awkwardness and confidence in delivery. Slick and quick. Its family run , they have seen it all probably over decades and it shows. Table service for drinks not too much trouble and attentive.The menu looks interesting and traditional, with just enough modern aspects to make it up to date for the youngsters. You can tell they think things through here with good old fashioned common sense.Everywhere clean , plenty of parking. Busy between 5-8 on a Tuesday night says it all.Price wise, 11 for the chilli is fine. Sure a bit pricey for what it is, but hardly an expensive place to eat in comparison to gastro pubs.Well done. Ill be back when in area working and will be my default place to eat while staying in a local hotel.
4 based on 309 reviews
The Cedar Tree Bar & Grill is a family run bar and restaurant with over 18 years experience. Bringing you the finest food. Prime Steaks, Homemade Burgers, Fresh Fish and Classic Pub Grub. Children and well behaved dogs are welcome. Beautiful garden area t
As we have moved onto the same street as the pub we decided to give this place a try and we were very, very impressed. The service is absolutely outstanding, the staff were extremely helpful, food was extremely nice we were not intending to eat but from seeing other customers meals we thought we had to try it, the kids loved their food from the kids menu and we shared a Mediterranean Platter and hanging kebab which were fantastic topped off with two very, very nice Long Island Ice Tea's from the cocktail menu. Prices are very reasonable and will definitely be going back regularly in future.Hi Time, Welcome to the Haugh and thanks v much for your review , its much appreciated . Hope to see you soon. Thanks Rachel
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