Visited the coracle fish bar with my family today. The food was awful but very pricey, the staff miserable and rude and the glasses were filthy. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone...very disappointing
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Beautiful fish and chips.bit pricey but really nice people.good prompt service.Would go again,(as long as the wife pays ha ha!!).
Right in the centre of Brecon Town, possibly the best location to have a cafe has let it's self down, Big Time!! Towards the back there was good few having lunch etc or so i thought. We sat down and had a look on menu,...More
The small city of Brecon holds many many chain and independent restaurants. Despite this rather humble and undecorated interior the drinks and pastries were to a good standard to appease us. There were many locals that went and this gave the place a nice atmosphere.
I was disgusted on Saturday by the price of a 'grubby café' lunch which included a £2.50 bottle of raspberry lemonade and £4 for a tuna salad sandwich which was a tuna sandwich with a measly but of salad at the side! When I expressed...More
I called in for lunch at around two o'clock on a Friday. I sat in a fairly empty dining room and read the menu, I chose the home cooked faggots, chips and peas. I think it only took a few minutes to get my food...More
Lovely couple, very welcoming, own this town centre Fish & Chip restaurant, opposite St Marys Church eat inside or outside very clean premises.
Entered this restaurant, took a table and went to order our food. The lady who served us was frankly not a nice human species, very, very rude. Didn't even place my order, we commented directly to her that her customer service was less than desirable....More
Very un welcoming,have the seating area was shut off,and no toilet. Staff ubrupt and not friendly and extremely expensive.food was ok,but for those prices could have gone to a lovely hotel to eat.