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Newly renovated, The Greymouth Speight's Ale House has a new winter menu but with the same legendary selection of beers and wine. Open everyday from 11:30am, we have a cosy indoor fire and outdoor seating and we welcome you with good old fashioned Kiwi hospitality. Our food and beverage offerings celebrate the best of local fare, with the freshest and finest ingredients cooked with passion.
About 15 minutes after ordering our meal we were told that our dishes were going to take about 20 to 30 minutes more due to a late arrival of a pre-booked function. We finally got our dishes one hour after ordering and one of the...More
We really enjoyed the ambiance of the bar room with its wood paneling, and while it took more time than we expected to get our appetizers, we focused on the beers we were enjoying while we waited. We were glad we went here while waiting...More
We had lunch here waiting for the Tranzalpine train which was just across the street. Good staff, bit slow, but food really good. Quick with the drinks which is a bonus. And the food came together. I think they were a bit short handed in...More
Person who served me 1st was not very polite . Food service was appalling. Waited too long . People who came in after us were served way before us
. Being an ex owner of public houses . I expected better sevice
If I had...More
Went to Speight's Alehouse in a group of about 18 back in November.
The service was basically incompetent. When I asked what the soup of the day was, the waiter didn't know and didn't offer to find out either, seemingly not realising what a waiter's...More
Before taking the train to Christchurch we popped in for lunch (we had been warned that food on the train was expensive and not great). I am mostly vegan and ordered the superfood salad. It was very good. A nice combination of fresh lettuces, roasted...More
This was like stepping back in time. High ceilings, copper stills, cosy armchairs. The atmosphere was very welcoming. There was an extensive selection of beers plus a varied food menu with a large dining area. The staff were pleasant and helpful. I would definitely recommend...More