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Rude staff. Over priced drinks. There’s one member of staff that’s always high on drugs. Smashed my friends drinks one night. Glass everywhere. Tried to get a refund. They only gave us cheaper quality drinks. Don’t bother going. Dodgy place!
Working locally, popped in for a quick lunch,Saturday midday it was quiet, but filled up later, frequented by tourists and locals, limited menu offered, no real children's options, but fine for adults. of the 2 members of staff on duty, one was customer focused, the...More
We were served promptly by a fabulous Kiwi bartender Aidan. Bespoke G&T selection. Great ales on tap. Good British “pub grub” by a fine Albanian chef. Would recommend without question to anyone who asked. Worth every penny!
The Old Crowne is a nice pub to have a beer. Given its location its always on the busy side either with people have drinks after work or tourists.
Came here for a a bite to eat with friends before going out. I wasn't expecting...More
A friendly and busy bar with a good selection of drinks etc.
We were here for a function and had a buffet on the top floor which was satisfying and plentiful.
Facilities were ok, but access up the stairs can be a little precarious for...More
Got pushed out by 2 bouncers because I spilt my drink! I doubt that anyone whos paid for a drink would deliberatetly waste it by knocking it over. Accidents happen! But is it really neccesary to be shoved out by 2 bouncers?? I tried to...More
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