Was working in Brandon for 2 weeks, and attended gullivers 3-4 times! Each time the food was great, no matter what I got! Chicken parm, soup, pizza, ribs, fish - ALL good!
Food was acceptable but bland. Old grungy family restaurant atmosphere with no obvious renovations or upgrades in 20 years. The smell of wood smoke upon entering was pleasant but I did not try the wood fired pizza which may have been what I should have had. One will never know as I don't see the need to go back.
When they say a full rack - they don't mean a long thin 2 in wide rib rack - they mean 8 inch wide and near a foot long - and they are good too.
My family eats here regularly because of the good food and reasonable prices. It can get very busy at which time the service can be slower but its worth the wait. They also have really good specials as well and a great selection of alcoholic beverages.
Attempted to have supper on Saturday,december1st. Service and food have been great in the past, not this time. I have visible physical handicap- went at 4 in afternoon as knew they would be busy later. Asked for a table as can't physically sit well in booth. Though all tables were visibly empty were told there were no tables as all... More
Have been going to Gulliver's Grill for many years and always enjoyed the meal, the service and atmosphere. Went again for our usual " old friends get-together " and we were all very disappointed. Understand that it has changed hands and it shows ! The portions, even though they were tasty, were embarrassingly small. The fish and chip dinner had... More
We were recommended this place for dessert - so I am only reviewing this as such, because we didn't eat a full meal there. The desserts are very good! From what I understand, they are all made in-house and - they are VERY good.
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