We had a snack of Lace chips they were very nice and nicely cooked. Were reasonably priced. The service was good.
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We went there for dinner on Saturday night. I ordered the blue cod fish & Chips which tasted pretty favourless. We just sat down for around 1 hour only and the wait staff came to us for 4 times and asked if we have finished...More
We arrived at 11:00am and wanted to have lunch. We were told that the lunch menu didn't start until 11:30am, At that point I think we were the only ones in the restaurant and I felt that they could have allowed us the lunch menu....More
My brother in law and I went lunch. I had the lamb salad which had roast vege and a lovely creamy mint sauce. My brother in law had a cod burger and chip lamb. They were bother very light and had lovely flavours. I would...More
Nice beer, fire was going and food was great. For starter would recommend the house bread, dukka and hummus - excellent quality. Also had pork ribs (amazing) and black cherry chicken (also amazing). They have Wither Hills Pinot Noir and Sauv Blanc on tap as...More
Food is pricey, and lacking. Although we arrived before other diners their foods was served first leaving just waiting for over 40 minutes. When arrived the dishes whilst appetising, tasted bland. Overall could be better
We were shocked to hear that they had run out of Speights cider when we went to order it tonight which wasn't a great start. However the meals tonight were great (salmon and steak) and the girls service was lovely. It was the owner that...More
I was there two nights for work and dined at Speights the first night. Luckily I was there (Tuesday) about 5:30 as the restaurant soon filled up, It's modern and a very nice setting. I was greeting by smiley happy staff. I had a drunken...More
We were put at a draughty table and were cold for the whole visit, lunch was pricey and average I hear diner is better here.
Great meal and service in a warm and welcoming environment. Meals are always excellent at Speights Ale houses and this certainly hit the mark well