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We have egg allergies so it can be hard to get decent food. The staff were very helpful in finding out what we could and couldn’t eat. Disappointing that they didn’t have an allergy menu. We could pretty much only have beef burger but had...More
The place is a beer temple.
The crafted beers are for all tastes.
The atmosphere is cozy and a bit dark, dedicated to beer.
The Martian pale ale was fantastic.
The food is average with the chicken wings offering a great company to the beers....More
Hands down one of the best food experiences I've ever had (and I eat out a lot) from the polite doorman , amazing service from both waiters and the punk IPA's went down a treat, will definitely be back here again
I enjoyed all BrewDog pubs I have been to a lot and now I hold them all to a high standard. So probably not fair to this one because as a pub itself is a top place. I went there on a Friday evening and...More
Beer was fine service was fine but have to say the most disgusting chicken wings I have ever tasted. Overwhelming taste was vinegar absolutely vile. Veggie option of cauliflower was a bit better but only a bit. So fine for a beer but eat before...More
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