Reviews on Grill food in Gretna Green, Scotland, United Kingdom. Gretna Green is a village in the south of Scotland famous for runaway weddings. It is in Dumfriesshire, near the mouth of the River Esk and was historically the first village in Scotland, following the old coaching route from London to Edinburgh. Gretna Green railway station serves both Gretna Green and Gretna. The Quintinshill rail crash, the worst rail crash in British history (226 recorded deaths), occurred near Gretna Green in 1915.
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4 based on 1322 reviews
The Restaurant opens 12.00pm - 1.30pm (last order) Tuesday - Saturday for Lunch and Dinner 5.30pm - 9.30pm (last order)Tuesday - Saturday. The Deli opens at 9:15am - 5.00pm Tuesday - Saturday. Last sit in orders 4pm. After 2.00pm a limited Deli menu is av
As an unashamed hellenophile, it's usually pleasurable, when visiting unfamiliar cities, to seek out Greek eateries. While Greeks are without exception patriots, give ten Greek cooks a dish to cook, and there will be eleven different - but all delightful - ways of doing it. Alexandros is a delightful confirmation of this rule. On a wedding anniversary visit to Carlisle, we enjoyed two superb meals on a busy wet hallowe'en. Mine, stuffed squid, was mouth watering, as was my wife's excellent grilled sea bream. Service was prompt, attentive, friendly and chatty. Just as you want it to be, and despite having been "on the wagon" for three months, tempted me successfully into three large ouzos! Cheers! ÏÏÎ·Î½ Ï Î³ÎµÎ¯Î± Î¼Î±Ï!
5 based on 94 reviews
Warm, friendly country restaurant that caters for all. Real Ales available, with plenty of parking spaces. All of our food is fresh and homemade with ingredients locally sourced. We also provide a takeaway selection. Food is served: Wednesday to Friday 4p
Very friendly, small pub/restaurant. Good service. We enjoyed a very good quality Sunday Lunch - half roast chicken and beef brisket (very tender) which was served with a good selection of veg, potatoes and a yorkshire pudding. Good tasty flavours, portion size not too big (which was fine for me!). We then had sticky toffee pudding and ice cream sundae desserts which were both nice. This was our first visit and the place was good and certainly has potential. The inside could maybe do with a bit of a refresh (especially the toilets). Prices were good and offered value for money.
4 based on 362 reviews
The children really enjoyed the level of service and how they got to create their own mocktails. Everyone was very friendly.They showed us the recipe and allowed us to follow the instructions step by step.The children enjoyed sitting outside on the benches and the decor inside.A brilliant morning to celebrate American Independence Day making their own mocktails. Would definately recommend it.
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