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A traditional English pub, airing on the side of being a restaurant. Decor is very much oldie worldly in the main part, with a lovely light and airy conservatory.The bar area has some very comfortable sofas and leather seats, the ideal place to have a relaxing drink or two.
why are you here? why am i here? god i regret stepping foot in scunthorpe. i regret stepping foot in this pub. it smells of toilets. the food is bad. the drinks are bad. there is no toilet roll and there are huge skidz all...More
Date of visit: July 2020
William_Jacks0n, Owner at Bird in the Barley, responded to this reviewResponded 21 July 2020
Considering you wrote 14 reviews on the same date I would say you get around a bit, if you look on google you will see that the toilets have last week been completely refurbished and I will assume that you have mixed up the Bird...More
First visit here with family after hearing good reviews and was not disappointed, greeted by a welcoming gentleman named Jay who directed us to our table and pointed out the specials of the day, lovely chap very engaging and polite, nothing was too much trouble...More
We called on the spare of the moment for a bar meal.
The lighting was very poor, we were placed in a corner out the way.
I had the steak pie,chip and peas .
When it arrived I started to eat and found more mushrooms...More
Date of visit: October 2019
William_Jacks0n, Owner at Bird in the Barley, responded to this reviewResponded 13 January 2020
Why when you stoped eating the pie because it had mushrooms in it did you need confirmation from the waitress it had mushrooms in it.
Yes the steak pie has mushrooms in it and no it does not have more mushrooms than meat, our steak...More
Booked a table here last minute as we fancied a bit of a date night and we hadn't visited for a while.
The staff were really accommodating and friendly, and changed our table without question when we didn't like the one we were allocated.
This was very close to my cousin's home so we had lunch there a couple of times.
The Grimsby Haddock & Chips is a must! We also had the steak pie, Bacon Chop - very tasty!
Good selections of beers & ciders.
Beautiful interior with...More